If I was going to go after a another team's minor leaguer - a realistic shot - to solve one of the 2 problems, cleanup or leadoff, as well as LF/3B, I'd go after Daniel Robertson of the Padres. Good gap power. Great BA and OBP throughout minor league career, straight progression to AAA without well defined improvement curve. Rarely strikes out. Not too old or too young, shouldn't be overwhelmed anymore yet he's not past due. Since he's not a power hitter or one of their prime prospects he shouldn't cost an arm and a leg. I think he'd be worth a shot to solve left and leadoff although admittedly he'd be a different type of left fielder with little home run power. But he's a high OBP/low strikeout hitter which the Reds desperately need, minimum salary, able to fill in centerfield, too. With the power the Reds have in left and center and at 2nd I think they could afford him in left field.