Reds' Tanner Roark: Traded to Reds
Washington had made it known that it was looking to shed Roark's salary -- he's projected to make close to $10 million in his final year of arbitration. They found a fit in the pitching-needy Reds, who will likely slot Roark in right behind Luis Castillo in the rotation. Roark's groundball rate fell dramatically last season and his K-rate sunk to 19.2 percent, but he was still a slightly-better-than-average starter. He should be viewed as a streaming option in mixed leagues in 2019.
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