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    Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    This hasn't been done in a while. I'm sure there will be a fair amount to debate. Just off the top of my head:

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    C M.Fleury
    1B N.Soto
    2B B.Greene or C.Puckett
    SS D.Gregorius (or K.Negron if DiDi is in Cincy)
    3B H.Rodriguez
    RF R.LaMarre
    CF B.Hamilton
    LF D.Phipps or J.Fellhauer

    SP1 T.Cingrani
    SP2 D.Corcino
    SP3 T.Redmond

    AA
    C T.Barnhart
    1B D.Lutz?
    2B D.Lohman
    SS M.Gilmartin?
    3B D.Vidal
    LF J.Duran (or Lutz if they really think he can play OF)
    CF T.Bowe
    RF S.Selsky or B.Smith

    SP1 K.Lotzkar
    SP2 C.Rogers
    SP3 T.Crabbe

    A+
    C ???
    1B S.Buckley
    2B R.Wright
    SS J.Perez
    3B S.Mejias-Brean
    LF J.Silva
    CF Y.Rodriguez
    RF K.Waldrop

    SP1 R.Stephenson
    SP2 I.Guillon
    SP3 J.Allen

    A
    C J.Hudson
    1B C.Sanchez
    2B B.Dailey
    SS Z.Vincej
    3B G.Rosa/T.Rahier (other one starting in Billings)
    LF J.Winker
    CF R.Amaral
    RF J.Gelalich

    SP1 D.Langfield
    SP2 D.Cisco
    SP3 A.Garrett or S.Romano (or possibly N.Travieso?)
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Nothing on this? So I guess it's settled...
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Gotta think they'll sign a catcher and he'll be Louisville's starter. One thing I have noticed is that they have a starting pitcher hole in Louisville after Cingrani and Corcino.

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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by cinreds21 View Post
    Gotta think they'll sign a catcher and he'll be Louisville's starter. One thing I have noticed is that they have a starting pitcher hole in Louisville after Cingrani and Corcino.
    They already signed a catcher, Nevin Ashley, but hopefully they will sign Corky for another year as well...

    I think the Bats should have a solid rotation

    Cingrani
    Corcino
    Redmond
    Villarreal
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Where does Ryan Dennick slot in at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallen5862 View Post
    Where does Ryan Dennick slot in at?
    Bullpen somewhere
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Any chance they try Lotzkar at AAA? And I'd love an opportunity to see Stephenson pitch (which means he would have to start in Dayton)...
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    No chance that Garrett is in Dayton to start the year. He won't even be done with basketball until at least the middle of March. I don't know exactly how that works with him and school and his classes after that.

    Wouldn't surprise me to see Stephenson back in Dayton to begin the year.

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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Assuming no deals, the Reds have some interesting guys in Louisville. Soto, Gregorius, and Rodriguez are young and likely to improve a great deal on pedestrian numbers from last season. All could blossom into Top 100 prospects by the end of the season. Phipps, Perez, Puckett, Redmond, and Villareal are all solid AAA depth. Hamilton, Corcino, and Cingrani will provide the mega-watt superstar prospect glitter.

    The only weakness of the team looks to be relief pitching-- and Crabbe and perhaps Ravin could fix that.
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by cinreds21 View Post
    Gotta think they'll sign a catcher and he'll be Louisville's starter. One thing I have noticed is that they have a starting pitcher hole in Louisville after Cingrani and Corcino.
    Redmond and Leake will probably be there I think.
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Redmond and Leake will probably be there I think.
    Chapman might be there (probably not though).

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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Redmond and Leake will probably be there I think.
    Redmond, yes.

    Leake, absolutely no chance. He'll get dealt or become a long reliever if he's not a part of the rotation.
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Wouldn't surprise me to see Stephenson back in Dayton to begin the year.
    Stephenson didn't have that much time in Dayton last year. I could see him starting there as well. Any chance he does half season at Dayton then goes to AA and skips Bakersfield if he dominates A?

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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    One interesting thing when you take a look at the whole organization is that there is a MASSIVE dropoff after the top 5 prospects (Hamilton, Stephenson, Cingrani, Corcino, and Gregorius). It's almost like they are the only five that really matter in the entire system.

    It is hard for me to decide who would be #6. Winker maybe? Travieso possibly? Lotzkar if he can ever stay healthy? I guess that's what we'll find out this season- who is the next generation of Reds Top Prospects (other than Stephenson) after 2013, when the other four will graduate to the bigs.
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    Re: Projecting 2013 Minor League Lineups

    Not trying to be a hater, but do we really need 7 stickies in this forum right now?
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