View Full Version : Reds top 40 prospects according to On Deck Baseball Prospects

03-27-2007, 10:11 PM
I came across this website about a week or so ago. There's not any in-depth analysis of the prospects but you don't find many 40-deep prospect lists plus a depth chart.

Cincinnati Reds All-Prospect Teams

1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team
1B Joey Votto Logan Parker Tonys Gutierrez
2B Justin Turner Drew Anderson Michael Griffin
3B Juan Francisco Luis Bolivar Jason Louwsma
SS Milton Loo Chris Valaika Paul Janish
OF Jay Bruce Drew Stubbs Chris Dickerson
OF Josh Hamilton Jerry Gil B.J. Szymanski
OF Danny Dorn Cody Strait Chris Heisey
C Craig Tatum Miguel Perez Eddy Rodriguez
SP Homer Bailey Camilo Vazquez Rafael Gonzalez
SP Travis Wood Tyler Pelland Bobby Livingston
SP Johnny Cueto Sam Lecure Carlos Fisher
SP Jordan Smith James Avery Phil Dumatrait
SP Josh Ravin Daryl Thompson Daniel Guerrero
RP Sean Watson Carlos Guevara Jamie Arneson
RP Calvin Medlock Jose Rojas Terrell Young

4th Team 5th Team
1B Rafael Sanchez Bobby Mosby
2B Michael DeJesus Kevyn Feiner
3B Jeremy Piepkorn Aaron Herr
SS Angel Cabrera Adam Rosales
OF Justin Reed Michael McKennon
OF Denis Phipps Michael Jones
OF Keltavious Jones Efrain Contreras
C Anthony Esquer Jacob Long
SP Brandon Rice Anthony Gressick
SP Richie Gardner Lee Tabor
SP Ramon Ramirez Luis Montano
SP Francisco Mateo Phil Valiquette
SP Jim Paduch Thomas Pauly
RP Brad Salmon Jeremy Burchett
RP Logan Ondrusek Derrik Lutz

Cincinnati Reds Top 40 Prospects

1. Homer Bailey, RHP
2. Jay Bruce, OF
3. Joey Votto, 1B
4. Travis Wood, LHP
5. Johnny Cueto, RHP
6. Josh Hamilton, OF
7. Milton Loo, SS
8. Danny Dorn, OF
9. Drew Stubbs, OF
10. Jordan Smith, RHP
11. Josh Ravin, RHP
12. Sean Watson, RHP
13. Chris Valaika, SS
14. Camilo Vazquez, LHP
15. Paul Janish, SS
16. Tyler Pelland, LHP
17. Sam Lecure, RHP
18. James Avery, RHP
19. Daryl Thompson, RHP
20. Rafael Gonzalez, RHP
21. Jerry Gil, OF
22. Bobby Livingston, LHP
23. Calvin Medlock, RHP
24. Carlos Fisher, RHP
25. Cody Strait, OF
26. Justin Turner, 2B
27. Juan Francisco, 3B
28. Phil Dumatrait, LHP
29. Chris Dickerson, OF
30. B.J. Szymanski, OF
31. Logan Parker, 1B
32. Daniel Guerrero, RHP
33. Brandon Rice, RHP
34. Richie Gardner, RHP
35. Carlos Guevara, RHP
36. Jose Rojas, RHP
37. Drew Anderson, 2B
38. Angel Cabrera, SS
39. Craig Tatum, C
40. Adam Rosales, SS


03-27-2007, 10:13 PM
His entire system is based off of a formula he has based on stats/age/level/league and all that good stuff. Scott runs a good website, but he disappears for weeks or months at a time sometimes.

03-28-2007, 06:49 AM
I like Danny Dorn a whole bunch, but him ahead of Stubbs, Valaika, Fisher, Janish and even Turner is funny.

03-31-2007, 03:41 PM
B.J. Szymanski has certainly dropped out of sight in the last year or 2 .What happened? He have some sort of injury or something ? I thought he was among the top prospects we had?

03-31-2007, 03:58 PM
He cant hit a baseball. Simple as that.

03-31-2007, 04:08 PM
Sean Watson = 1st team?

03-31-2007, 09:32 PM
He cant hit a baseball. Simple as that.

And can't stay healthy

04-01-2007, 12:00 PM
Jordan Smith over Lecure and Fisher?

04-01-2007, 12:39 PM
Jordan Smith over Lecure and Fisher?

Well like I said earlier, Scott Rex (who runs the site) has a formula taking into account stats/level/age/position/other stuff and that gives a player a number (lowest I have seen was like -40, highest was ike 273), and then using those numbers he ranks the players.

04-01-2007, 02:22 PM
I don't mean to criticize, but I would've found a spot for Rick Asadoorian over a bunch of those guys.

04-02-2007, 11:08 AM
Man, what a pathetic list of catching "prospects".

To even list Tatum in the top 40 is a bit of a stretch, IMHO.