Many of the same Reds starters that were at Great American Ball Park in 2012 will be in Cincinnati again in 2013.
In fact, only two routine starters are different from last year's 97-win season to this year's squad: Todd Frazier at third base and Shin-Soo Choo in center field.
Meet the starters of the 2013 Cincinnati Reds in the interactive graphic below: (NOTE IN THE BULLPEN: Jose Arredondo and Logan Ondrusek were scratched Sunday from the Reds Opening Day roster. J.J. Hoover and Manny Parra fill their spots instead. )
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