I went with Adam Rosales. I think Rosales has a chance to develop into a very good utility type of player who can play all four infield positions, plus maybe left field if needed. He plays all out which Reds fans will love and he's got solid power. None of his tools really stand out as exceptional but he does just about everything well. I really hope he's given a chance to make the Reds roster out of spring training.
Last edited by OnBaseMachine; 12-04-2008 at 12:29 PM.
We're already on #23? I honestly believe that every single one of those prospects listed above would have easily been a top-10 prospect during any year of the Bowden era. It's amazing what the people in the Reds organization have done over the past couple years. It's been a complete 180.