Tyler Stephenson expected to play 140-150 games
by Brenton Kemp | Reds Correspondent | Wed, Feb 1st 9:09pm EST
Cincinnati Reds catcher Tyler Stephenson is expected to play 140-150 games in 2023. (Bobby Nightengale on Twitter)
The workload expectation came straight from manager David Bell, so long as Stephenson remains healthy. The highly-touted 26-year-old was limited to just 50 games in 2022 due to a broken collarbone but hit .319 with six home runs and an .854 OPS in that time. Stephenson has hit .296 with 18 homers and an .823 OPS through the first 190 games of his big-league career and should be viewed as a high-end catching target as a result.
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