View Full Version : Who is Redszone's #49 prospect?

03-27-2011, 03:02 PM
Prospect #1 - Aroldis Chapman, LHP
Prospect #2 - Devin Mesoraco, C
Prospect #3 - Yorman Rodriguez, CF
Prospect #4 - Yonder Alonso, 1B
Prospect #5 - Billy Hamilton, SS
Prospect #6 - Yasmani Grandal, C
Prospect #7 - Todd Frazier, IF/OF
Prospect #8 - Juan Francisco, 3B
Prospect #9 - Zack Cozart, SS
Prospect #10 - David Sappelt, CF
Prospect #11 - Donnie Joseph, LHP
Prospect #12 - Ismael Guillon, LHP
Prospect #13 - Brad Boxberger, RHP
Prospect #14 - Chris Valaika, IF
Prospect #15 - Kyle Lotzkar, RHP
Prospect #16 - Ryan LaMarre, OF
Prospect #17 - Juan Duran, OF
Prospect #18 - Junior Arias, SS
Prospect #19 - Sam Lecure, RHP
Prospect #20 - Ronald Torreyes, IF
Prospect #21 - Neftali Soto, IF
Prospect #22 - Jonathan Correa, RHP
Prospect #23 - Danny Dorn, 1B/OF
Prospect #24 - Henry Rodriguez, IF
Prospect #25 - Kris Negron, IF
Prospect #26 - Daryl Thompson, RHP
Prospect #27 - Didi Gregorius, SS
Prospect #28 - Drew Cisco, RHP
Prospect #29 - Cody Puckett, IF/OF
Prospect #30 - Dan Corcino, RHP
Prospect #31 - Phil Valiquette, LHP
Prospect #32 - Felix Perez, OF
Prospect #33 - Jake Johnson, RHP
Prospect #34 - Mark Fleury, C
Prospect #35 - Tucker Barnhart, C
Prospect #36 - Jeremy Horst, LHP
Prospect #37 - Kyle Waldrop, OF
Prospect #38 - Humberto Valor, SS
Prospect #39 - Jordan Hotchkiss, RHP
Prospect #40 - Scott Carroll, RHP
Prospect #41 - Matt Klinker, RHP
Prospect #42 - Dan Tuttle, RHP
Prospect #43 - Matt Fairel, LHP
Prospect #44 - Tanner Robles, LHP
Prospect #45 - JC Sulbaran, RHP
Prospect #46 - Jerry Gil, RHP
Prospect #47 - Josh Ravin, RHP
Prospect #48 - Carlos Ramos, RHP

03-27-2011, 03:06 PM
If Mace Thurman doesn't make it, I will only vote for him one more time.

03-27-2011, 03:08 PM
This is the second-to-last ballot. The turnout was pretty low on the last one, so I hope it picks up for these last two. I'm having a lot of trouble deciding who I want for this vote, so I'm going to wait around and see what people have to say about these guys. At the moment, I'm leaning toward Mugarian because I like his upside.

03-27-2011, 03:32 PM
If Mace Thurman doesn't make it, I will only vote for him one more time.


And this: When we decided to expand from 40 to 50, who would have anticipated that the final 10 would all be pitchers? Of course, that's not a done deal, but at any rate, we've elected 10 pitchers in a row. I'm sure there's a commentary there, somewhere.

03-27-2011, 03:46 PM
Going with Brian Pearl. When he was healthy, I loved what I saw. At this point in the rankings, I am willing to take my chances on a guy with his arm coming off an injury.

03-28-2011, 12:49 PM
After thinking about it some more, I'm okay with Pearl here, too.

03-28-2011, 03:44 PM
I went with Fellhauer who was the Redszone #21 pick last year but disappointed to say the least.

03-28-2011, 04:06 PM
I thought I had a pretty good grasp on these guys, but who's Oliver Florentino?

03-28-2011, 05:11 PM
lots and lots of pitchers going. I wonder how much that has to do w/ the Reds having a solid amount of pitching depth, and how much of that has to do w/ redzoners valueing a pitching prospect more than a hitting prospect.

03-28-2011, 05:36 PM
I thought I had a pretty good grasp on these guys, but who's Oliver Florentino?
I had a typo. It's actually Olivel Florentino. He's an offensive-oriented, 17-year-old shortstop who is expected to make his debut in the DSL this year. He signed for $250,000 back in August, which was the Reds' biggest international signing last year outside of Chapman. For reference, Ronald Torreyes signed for $40,000. Last I heard, Florentino was learning to switch-hit. Voting for him now would basically be the equivalent of voting for Humberto Valor last year.