Originally Posted by Benihana
That's true but neither has Gabriel Rosa, who did make the list. Rosa hasn't hit in THREE years, whereas Rahier plays plus-plus defense at more of a premium position (3B vs COF). I guess I have more of a problem with ranking Rosa over Rahier than I do Rahier being snubbed.
Rahier has shown some power, which is more than I can say for the guy drafted ahead of him, probably the biggest Reds bust of the decade, Jeff Gelalich.
I actually like Rahier, so I don't want this to come out the wrong way, but Rosa just looks more the part when you watch him than Rahier. He is more physical and more athletic. Runs better.