And that may be optimistic. They lost 98 games last year with Chapman and Frazier on the team, and they are still talking about trading Jay Bruce and Brandon Phillips. I did a little research, and the Reds would have to lose 102 games to set a record for the most losses in a season, topping the terrible 1982 season (take a look at that lineup). But to have the worst winning percentage in a season, they'd have to lose 107 games, which would be worse than the 1934 Reds. Even this miserable team should be able to do better than that. I guess we'll find out. Pitchers and catchers report Thursday.