The Bats look to be absolutely stacked.

Justin Lehr
Sam LaCure
Matt Maloney/ Micah Owings
Travis Wood
Matt Klinker
Comment: Wood's the ace, Lehr the saavy veteran, and both LeCure and Maloney (or Owings) have had their moments, but Matt Klinker could really explode as a prospect this year if he continues to pitch like last season. He has the best stuff on the staff. None of them have a ton of upside, but all five could be either fine relievers or BOR starters. Maloney/Owings and Lehr are really good sixth and seventh starters and both Wood and Klinker could be ready by the ASB.

Enerio Del Rosario
Logan Ondrusek
Jordan Smith
Chad Reineke
Pedro Viola
Carlos Fisher
Comment: This could be a truly dominant bullpen. There are no weak sister arms here-- all throw smoke. Of course, all but one of them are RH, so that's not good. Still, Fisher has options and, with everyone healthy, he's probably the odd man out at the major league level, as DRH outproduced him last season and Baker loves the little guy. All six relievers could be useful (and above replacement level) arms in a major league pen. That's a ridiculously talented bullpen. Sean Watson could bump someone should he ever find control and Jordan Smith may start the season in the AA pen. (If Reynolds sticks to his own guns and keeps the hard thrower out of the rotation.)

Batting Order
1. Chris Heisey CF/LF/RF
2. Zach Cozart SS
3. Yonder Alonso 1B/LF?
4. Juan Francisco 3B/LF/DH
5. Todd Frazier 2B/LF/IF
6. Danny Dorn DH/1B/OF
7. Chris Valaika 2B/SS
8. Josh Anderson CF
9. Corky Miller C
Comment: Solid prospects everywhere. The quintet of Heisey, Cozart, Alonso, Francisco, and Frazier could all help within the year. Any or all of them could be starters in the Queen City by the All Star break. Valaika could, too, as just last year, he was considered by many (ahem... me) to be a darkhorse 775 OPS bat at SS. Anderson and Miller have already been to the big show and provide solid options as bench depth.

Wilkin Castillo C
Sean Henry OF
Eric Eymann IF