2013 Cincinnati Reds Consensus Top 32 ProspectsPosted: March 30, 2013
I have created a cumulative prospect list for each team based on other (more knowledgeable) peoples’ lists. Each time a prospect appears on a list, he gets a number of points (21 minus his ranking). The prospect with the largest amount of points is ranked first. I will be posting each team once they have been completed by all of my sources. You can find a link to all of the other teams top prospects on the Team Prospects page. Clicking on the links below will take you to the team’s list on each respective site.
You can also view the 2012 Cincinnati Reds prospect list.
The “Change” column describes how the prospect’s status changed from 2012. A positive number means the prospect moved up in the list, while a negative number means he moved down. A prospect’s name is green if he is new to the organization this year.
|5||Nick Travieso||173||1st Rd Draft|
|6||Jesse Winker||158||Comp A Draft|
|7||Dan Langfield||114||3rd Rd Draft|
|10||J.J. Hoover||68||Juan Francisco Trade|
|11||Tanner Rahier||65||2nd Rd Draft|
|15||Jeff Gelalich||36||Comp A Draft|
|21||Seth Mejias-Brean||13||8th Rd Draft|
|27||Jeremy Kivel||8||10th Rd Draft|
|28||Jon Moscot||7||4th Rd Draft|
Here is a spreadsheet that contains all of the 2013 Cincinnati Reds prospect rankings in one place.
2012 Prospects Not on 2013 List
Devin Mesoraco, #1
Zack Cozart, #5
Todd Frazier, #7
Juan Francisco, #22
Didi Gregorius, #6 – to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the Shin-Soo Choo trade
J.C. Sulbaran, #11 – to the Kansas City Royals in the Jonathan Broxton trade
Donnie Joseph, #17 – to the Kansas City Royals in the Jonathan Broxton trade
Juan Perez, #19
Junior Arias, #24
Kyle McMyne, #25
Tim Crabbe, #27
Brodie Greene, #30
Denis Phipps, #33