Re: Who is Redszone's #10 prospect?
I went with the lefty Ismael Guillon at #10. As an 18 year old, Guillon posted some pretty impressive numbers in the hitter friendly Arizona League. He posted a 3.32 ERA in 57 innings while allowing only 39 hits and only one home run. He walked 23 and struckout 73 for an impressive 11.53 K/9. He throws in the low 90's with an advanced changeup for his age and is working on a breaking ball. He also has a projectable frame and could add another mph or two to this fastball. Guillon might have the most upside of any starting pitching prospect in the Reds minors outside of Aroldis Chapman.
I miss Adam Dunn.