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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by mdccclxix View Post
    Reports of our "overweight" catching prospect have turned out to be completely false:



    Mesoraco is doing just fine. Hat tip to CNATI, of course.
    They were debunked last year too. And the year before when the comment was actually made.

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by corkedbat View Post
    Kinda OT, but I think I recall the Nats returned Terrell Young. Is he still in the Reds system?
    Yes. He's expected to be in AA or AAA.

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    They were debunked last year too. And the year before when the comment was actually made.

    heck, he could USE a few lbs.

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    After reading the outfield breakdown for the Dragons, I'd like to add a name: Andrew Means. As I recall, redsof72 had good things to say about his contribution last year, as well.

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    Duran and Hildenbrandt, if he's healthy.

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    Have not read the thread, but my wild guesses:

    Y. Rodriguez and J. Duran, based on their third year with the team, in the states, and in the system.

    Wild card wild guess: D. Mesaraco.

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    And while I'm here, and don't know what other thread to put it in, I love what the club has done of late to quietly stockpile athletic types at shortstop. Nice depth developing there, and if they can get a few of them to pan out as prospects, delightful trading chips a few years down the road.

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by membengal View Post
    Have not read the thread, but my wild guesses:

    Y. Rodriguez and J. Duran, based on their third year with the team, in the states, and in the system.

    Wild card wild guess: D. Mesaraco.
    I believe it's still just their 2nd year, isn't it?

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    Re: Which Reds prospects will take the biggest leap forward in 2010?

    Thought they got some time with the DSL Reds year one. So third year in the organization, and second for the rest of it.


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