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Cincinatti Reds Top Players - Under 25

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Mat Latos P MLB 25.63
2 Aroldis Chapman P MLB 25.88
3 Devin Mesoraco C AAA 25.10 Bench Player
4 Billy Hamilton OF AA 22.88 Second Division Starter
5 Mike Leake P 25.73
6 Robert Stephenson P A 20.42 3rd Starter
7 Tanner Rahier 3B R 19.79 Bench Player
8 Jesse Winker OF R 19.94 First Division Starter
9 Tony Cingrani P AA 24.06 #1 Starter
10 Daniel Corcino P AA 22.92 3rd Starter
11 Drew Cisco P R 21.99 4th Starter
12 Nick Travieso P R 19.48 Middle Reliever
13 Yorman Rodriguez OF A+ 20.95 First Division Starter
14 Neftali Soto 1B AAA 24.41 Bench Player
15 Henry Rodriguez 2B AA 23.46 First Division Starter
16 Kyle Lotzkar P AA 23.76 2nd Starter
17 Theo Bowe OF A+ 22.98 First Division Starter
18 Jeremy Kivel P 19.78
19 Jeffrey Gelalich OF R 22.36 Bench Player
20 Salvatore Romano P R 19.79 3rd Starter
21 Ismael Guillon P A 21.45 4th Starter
22 Juan Duran OF A+ 21.89863014 Bench Player
23 Jackson Stephens P R 19.21 Middle Reliever
24 Kyle Waldrop OF A 21.67
25 Amir Garrett P R 21.23 2nd Starter
26 Dan Renken P A+ 24.06 3rd Starter
27 Jhonatan Reynoso OF R 20.55 First Division Starter
28 Jonathan Perez P R 22.87
29 Ronald Bueno 2B R 20.81 First Division Starter
30 Harold Ramirez P R 20.85 First Division Starter
31 Steve Selsky OF A+ 24.02 Bench Player
32 Kurtis Muller OF A+ 24.05 First Division Starter
33 Avain Rachal P R 19.45 First Division Starter
34 J.J. Hoover P AAA 25.96 Closer
35 Pedro Villarreal P AAA 25.63 3rd Starter
36 Donnie Joseph P AAA 25.74 Closer
37 Josh Ravin P AA 25.52 Middle Reliever
38 Wes Mugarian P A 21.85 3rd Starter
39 Tim Crabbe P AA 25.43 3rd Starter
40 Miguel Mendez Second Division Starter
41 Carlos Patino P R 20.14 2nd Starter
42 Brent Peterson SS R 20.76 First Division Starter
43 Dan Paula C First Division Starter
44 Ryan Wright 2B A+ 23.65 Bench Player
45 Donald Lutz 1B AA 24.47 Bench Player
46 Ryan LaMarre OF AA 24.68 Bench Player
47 Josh Kennelly C First Division Starter
48 Elliott Hargreaves OF First Division Starter
49 Carlos Contreras P A+ 22.55 Closer

Comments

  1. Just missed. He'd be in the 50's. Doesn't fit the prospect formula but has a chance to be a useful big league guy. Won't be much more than that. 19.61% chance to be a major leaguer with his season.

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