CINCINNATI -- For most of the young Reds players, their first foray into the postseason playground was a short and unpleasant experience against the tougher and more experienced Phillies.But scan the clubhouse and it's not hard to believe that this team will be returning to the playoffs in the years to come. With team and roster stability, a solid core and, now, experience of their own to build from, the Reds already are scheming for another run to October baseball next year. "We have a good group of young players and young arms. We're all cheap," Reds first baseman Joey Votto said after Sunday's loss. "I think that's good. We've got a chance to be pretty good, but we've got a long way to go." "I think the boys are going to show up in Goodyear [Ariz., for Spring Training] in 2011 with a chip on their shoulders," left fielder Jonny Gomes said. With a $76 million payroll, the small-market Reds won the National League Central with 91 wins and knocked off a Cardinals team that faded down the stretch. It was Cincinnati's first postseason berth in 15 years, and with St. Louis and the rest of the division retooling, the club's depth will be critical.