A quick list here, nothing too concrete ...
There's always been interesting discussion about Stubbs for the last two years, but I'm waiting for his attempt to take on Southern League pitching once he reaches Chattanooga. I think that will be a pretty good step in determining the probability of Stubbs' success moving forward.
Barry Larkin - HOF, 2012
Put an end to the Lost Decade.
I agree that the Reds could have 5-6 guys in the top 100. I don't think at this point Stubbs is one of them. Knowing that BA will likely put Alonso in their top 100 list I see the reds having the following in the top 100:
Thompson, Frazier, Mesoraco, Wood, Alonso.
Maybe not in that order, but those 5 easily.
Suck it up cupcake.
I agree he's one of the Reds top prospects, but I was just going by your performance and one full-year criteria, in which he has not fulfilled either at this point.
Whether he has seen a pro pitch or not, between three years at Miami and one summer in the Cape Cod, Alonso has already faced better and more competition than Mesoraco. Even if Alonso has the worst case beginning to his pro career and struggles at Dayton or Sarasota, a year from now he's still a top 10 Reds prospect on everyone's list, so what difference does it make if has a full year under his belt?
Thus unlucky #'s due to linedrive rate, hard league to hit in, thus lack of power numbers, etc...
The Sox traded Bullfrog the only player they've got for Shottenhoffen. Four-eyes Shottenhoffen a utility infielder. They've got a whole team of utility infielders.
2. Wood (I really like him, and think we have a gem coming. Watch and see)
4. Stubbs (count me on the he's-undervalued-on-this-board group)