The Cincinnati Reds‘ top-10 prospects received a little bit of a shakeup since my last version of this recurring article. The MLB draft brought along newcomer Alex Blandino, while some other players either worked their way into the top 10 or found new homes on the list.
Much like previous installations, we’ll go through each of the club’s top-10 prospects, analyze their past week of play and issue a stock-up or stock-down grade based on their performance.
As previously mentioned, the top 10 looks a little different than previous versions of this piece. So, if you want to refresh yourself on who the team’s top-10 prospects are, and why they rank where they do, feel free to visit my post-draft top-10 piece published back on Jun. 11.
We’ll kick things off with the only left-handed pitching prospect to crack the top-10, Ismael Guillon.