Reds send trio of young arms against Cardinals


With the Reds set to face the rival Cardinals for the next few days, they’ll start three of their brightest young pitchers.

Robert Stephenson, Tyler Mahle and Amir Garrett will give Reds fans a reason to continue watching baseball.

Luis Castillo, the Reds’ best pitching prospect, is finished for the year due to an innings limit. However, what the Reds see from the other pitchers will play a key role in how they set next year’s rotation.


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