Aroldis Chapman, LHP
The biggest international sign of this past offseason, the Reds came in like stealth bombers and shocked the baseball world when they inked the highly-regarded southpaw in January to a six-year big league deal. He has been impressive enough this spring that he could either break camp with the team or be there soon. Just 22, he defected to Andorra out of an international tournament in the Netherlands after clocking a Cuban League record with a 102-MPH pitch. His slider is his best secondary pitch, and he also throws a changeup and a curveball.Under the Radar
Mariekson Gregorius, SS
The teenager from the Netherlands was a Pioneer League All-Star at short-season Billings last year and actually got a brief shot at Advanced A Sarasota due to injury, holding his own in that time. Still projectable and blessed with good instincts and upside, he hit .314 for the Mustangs, including .364 in July.Follow the link to read the rest:Predictions
Hitter of the Year -- Yonder Alonso, 1B
A fractured hamate bone in his left hand cost the 2008 first-rounder the first two months of the '09 season, but he hit .303 at Sarasota and then .295 at Carolina when he returned to action. The Reds can't wait to see what he does in his first full healthy season. He is a polished player out of the University of Miami with power to all fields.
Pitcher of the Year -- Leake, RHP
Signed at the deadline, the '09 first-rounder is not a big guy, but what he lacks in size as a power pitcher, he makes up for with savvy and polish and a five-pitch repertoire. He has a good feel for the mound and does all the little things well, such as fielding his position. The Reds love his baseball smarts and command. He was 16-1 with a 1.71 at ASU.