Everyone knew the risk was his bat.
Remember in fantasy football a couple of years ago when Priest Holmes was the man? And towards the end of his career, no one wanted to take him b/c you knew he would get hurt and LJ would finally take over? But someone had to take him, b/c if he panned out he would carry your team? So he would always go after the sure things (LT and Alexander), like at #3 or #4?
That's what I felt like with this draft pick. The Reds were the first team who thought that there was no one worth taking over Stubbs and the associated risks.
If he learns to hit, he will be awesome. If he doesn't, he might be ok.
That's not the kind of risk I think you should be taking with your top 10 pick.