Originally Posted by Kc61
Sometimes an objective take on revered prospects is good.
BA's "demotion" of Alonso to second place may have brought some reality to our evaluation of the guy.
I like this list as candid about guys like Frazier and Heisey. I'm not saying he's correct - nobody will know until these guys actually play major league ball - but the skepticism is healthy.
His analysis IMO explains all the movement of Frazier around the field. As an infielder he has a plus bat. As a left fielder, maybe not. So the Reds are groping for the answer.
Not saying this or any list is right or wrong. But this list is a fresh analysis that has some good points to make.
I agree with you here, but I think Frazier will be primarily an IF, with maybe spot duty in the OF, since we have so many "leftfielders." However, Frazier is slated to start in LF for the Bats this Spring, so it will be interesting to see what they do with him when he's ready for Cincy.