The Reds had the most with three: Joey Votto, Homer Bailey, and Jay Bruce.

Joey Votto

2006 AVG R HR RBI SB OBP SLG OPS
MiLB .319 85 22 77 24 .408 .547 .956

Opening Day Age: 23 | ETA in Majors: 2008
2006 Club(s): Chattanooga (AA)
Last year’s Southern League MVP went 20-20 in Chattanooga in 2006, erasing a frustrating 2005 campaign for the Canadian. With a little more work on his defense, his bat will be at Great American Ballpark in the near future.

Jay Bruce

2006 AVG R HR RBI SB OBP SLG OPS
MiLB .291 69 16 61 19 .355 .516 .871

Opening Day Age: 20 | ETA in Majors: 2009 | 2006 Top 50 Rank: 8
2006 Club(s): Dayton (A)
Joining McCutchen from the high school outfielder class of 2005, Bruce had 63 extra-base hits in his first full season. Many of the 42 doubles will start turning into homers for the outfielder with the most power potential from that ’05 group.

Homer Bailey

2006 W-L SV ERA IP H BB K AVG.
MiLB 10-6 0 2.47 138.2 99 50 156 .198

Opening Day Age: 20 | ETA in Majors: 2007 | 2006 Top 50 Rank: 3
2006 Club(s): Sarasota (A+), Chattanooga (AA)
The Bailey-Hughes debate might wage on for years in the big leagues. Bailey’s got the better pure stuff and should be a true No. 1 in the very near future. Look for him in Cincy by midseason.

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