Re: Your Top 10 prospects in the Reds system?
Maybe I should preface it to say that *right now* Lopez and Larson look very similar. Whereas at Louisville, both seemed to have the ability to judge the strikezone, that is not so at the ML level. Neither have a defined strikezone in the majors.
Lopez is 24 and *could* adjust, but at this point, he's had more ML experience than Brandon (702 ABs to 259) and shown little improvement (649 Career OPS, 666 OPS this year).