2. Aroldis Chapman: Traded to the New York Yankees after the 2015 season, Chapman ranks third in the AL with 26 saves. He has a 2.03 ERA in 26 appearances. This is his second stint with the Yankees, who traded him to the Cubs in 2016.
3. Johnny Cueto: In his third season with the San Francisco Giants, he's 3-1 with a 2.76 ERA in eight starts. He was on the disabled list throughout May and June with an elbow injury.
4. Mike Leake: He's 8-6 with a 4.22 ERA in 20 starts for the Seattle Mariners.
5. Devin Mesoraco: Since the Reds traded Mesoraco to the Mets for Matt Harvey on May 8, he has hit .232 with seven home runs.
6. Todd Frazier: The Mets are the fourth team Frazier has played for since the Reds traded him after the 2015 season. He's hitting .217 with 10 home runs.
7. Jay Bruce: Like Chapman, Bruce has bounced around since being traded by the Reds. He joined the New York Mets and then was dealt to the Cleveland Indians and then signed as a free agent with the Mets in January. He's hitting .212 with three home runs this season and has been on the disabled list since June 19 with a sore hip and plantar fascitis in his left foot.
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8. Zack Cozart: After seven seasons with the Reds, Cozart signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles Angels. He hit .219 with five home runs before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury in June.
9. Brandon Phillips: The longtime Reds second baseman is trying to work his way back to the big leagues in the Boston Red Sox organization. He's hitting .192 in seven games in Triple-A since signing in June.
10. Mat Latos: Six years after starting Game 5 of the National League Division Series for the Reds, Latos is pitching in the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball for the New Jersey Jackals. He's 3-3 with a 4.09 ERA in 18 appearances.
11. Chris Heisey: The former Reds outfielder played the last two seasons with the Nationals and was cut by the Twins in March. He has not played in 2018.
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