It is widely accepted that Yonder Alonso and Todd Frazier are the Reds best hitting prospects- at least out of those who are legal adults. However neither player is currently in AAA with the Louisville Bats.
With Francisco's recent promotion to Louisville, and Stubbs and Heisey already playing side by side there, which one of these guys are you most excited about? While Stubbs and Heisey play good D at a premium defensive position, Francisco plays questionable D at a corner spot. This poll asks you to ignore that for the time being. Each of these three draw both praise and questions about their ability to produce on offense: Francisco's plate discipline has been historically abysmal. Heisey failed to impress most before this season, and Stubbs has never shown the power he projected when he was taken with a Top Ten pick. Yet all three have "broken out" this year in some form and dazzled at times- Francisco with his power, Stubbs with his speed and ability to get on base, and Heisey with his all-around production, particularly in the first half of the season.
Taking all of this into account, which Bat's bat are you most excited about? Who will overcome their weaknesses and have the best offensive career in the major leagues?