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Unintentional humor of the day

Hal McCoy on the latest move by the Reds:

The Cincinnati Reds filled their leadoff hole by signing free agent outfielder Willy Taveras to a two-year deal.

Taveras, who turned 27 on Christmas Day, hit only .251 with a .308 on base average with the Colorado Rockies, but stole 68 bases in 75 tries.

They may have lost Junior Griffey and Adam Dunn, but hey, at least the Reds have Willy Taveras leading off for them now...