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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    Quote Originally Posted by GIDP View Post
    Stewart
    Wood
    Sulbaran

    The rest
    That would be my list also.

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    Quote Originally Posted by redsof72 View Post
    The player that has helped himself as much as anyone other than Wood and Stewart is Logan Ondrusek. I am hearing that he would be a likely addition to the 40-man after the season.
    Don't know what kind of authority he is, but when I was listening to the Carolina game a few nights ago, the announcer said that Ondrusek (pronounced it On-DREW-suk) was almost released in spring training, then found himself a cut fastball and became "definitely a major-league pitcher." If we're including relievers, yes, he clearly in the picture.

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    My current top five for 2009, not projections, but just how they're doing this year:

    1. Zach Stewart
    2. Travis Wood
    3. Logan Ondrusek
    4. Luis Machuca
    5. Enerio Del Rosario

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    Stewart, Wood, Smith, Fairel, Horst
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    Having better players makes "the right time" or "the big hit" happen a lot more often. PLUS PLUS

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    Not including Leake...

    Stewart (though it will be a while till he can log a starter's workload)
    Wood (completely unconscious this year -- he needs a promotion)
    Sulbaran (interesting development test case for the Reds -- the stuff and head to compete are definitely there)
    Maloney (I put stock in excellent AAA performance, and he looked pretty good in his starts for the Reds)
    Lecure (flashing well now in AAA, still 25)
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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    Wood
    Stewart
    Leake (he'll be signed)
    Sulbaran
    Lotzkar (numbers were exceptional for his age/level, plenty of time to come back from injury)

    The rest won't amount to much, IMO.
    Last edited by Screwball; 07-21-2009 at 10:41 AM.

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    I'm not sure why Fairel is not getting more recognition.

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRedleg View Post
    I'm not sure why Fairel is not getting more recognition.
    Probably because he has a fastball that hits 90 three or four times a game and is in low A.

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    1. Leake
    2. Wood
    3. Stewart
    4. Sulbaran

    5T Boxberger
    5T Fairel

    I like Stewart, but his K numbers (less than one per IP) keep me from rating him as high as everyone else.

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    Re: the Reds top 5 pitchers in the minors

    1. Stewart
    2. Wood
    3. Sulbaran
    4. Smith
    5. Josh Ravin


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