Originally Posted by Benihana
Maybe for you he is. For me, he's not one of the Top 30 prospects in the system, and thus I don't consider him a serious prospect.
For me, he'd be on the fringe of the top-30 prospects in the system, but I'd still call him a prospect, even though it isn't much of one. As for Manuel, I want to say he's not a prospect, but his numbers keep proving me wrong. I think he has a better chance to be an effective MLB pitcher than a lot of the Reds' top prospects. The only thing that hurts him is his very-limited ceiling.