Re: Top 10 Red Prospects?
I'd be tempted to put Winker in front of Corcino, based on the notion that Winker could be an impact bat and Corcino may have a #3 starter ceiling (not that there's anything wrong with that).
Rogers certainly has earned himself consideration through his performance, though is he a legit prospect or just a placeholder under a kid like Ismael Guillon swoops past him? I get the sense the Reds are going to have a number of players attaining higher prospect status next season.
Carlos Contreras might become a fast moving relief prospect. I remain hopeful about Yorman Rodriguez. If he adds a little more power, Juan Silva becomes a tasty prospect. If he hits in Dayton, Mejias-Brean becomes a serious prospect. Gelalich, Langfield and Moscot all could bust out in Dayton next season.
One guy I might stick in a top 10 is Barnhart, based on the notion that he doesn't need a lot of offense to justify playing his glove. I'd probably stay away from Travieso until he delivers better on the field.
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Last edited by M2; 10-19-2012 at 02:23 PM.