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By: Jon Davis
#21 Ryan Wright 2B
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We conclude the countdown with Ryan Wright a 6-foot-1, 195-pound second baseman, who was drafted in the fifth round of the 2011 draft. He attended the University of Louisville, just like our very own Jimmi Adair and Jesse Welte. In his three years at Louisville, Wright had a .349 average, a .408 on base and a .568 slugging, to go along with 33 homers & 38 steals. After being drafted he jumped right in, playing 45 games mostly for the Billings Mustangs. During that time, in his 206 plate appearances, he had a stash line of .301/.351/.536, to go along with eight homers, seven steals, 32 runs scored and 37 RBI's. In 2012, he spent most of the year with the Dayton Dragons. In his 531 plate appearances he had a .282 average, a .331 on base, a .443 slugging, 10 homers and stole 17 bases in 19 attempts.
Ryan Wright is a prospect who has a well rounded game with solid hitting abil...
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No team is perfect, but Reds fans have a lot to look forward to during the 2013 season. Coming off a strong 2012 where their 97-65 record was the second best in all of baseball, the Reds look poised to win the NL Central again and return to the playoffs for the third time in four years. They virtually lost nothing, and potentially fixed their biggest problem by...
Today I wanted to look at the power numbers for all of the hitters in my Top 40 list who had at least 200 plate appearances in the 2012 season. In the chart below I have listed the Isolated Power to each field, sorted from highest total to lowest total. On the right side of the chart is the home field park factors for where each guy played (adjusted for playing time at each level...
The 2012 campaign wasn't so kind to Devin Mesoraco. He was widely heralded as one of the top rookies entering the season, yet he failed to live up to the hype. Fellow rookies Todd Frazier and Zack Cozart overshadowed the young catcher, instead.
However, 2013 brings forth a clean slate for the former first round pick. While many fans have pumped the brakes on their enthusiasm...
From the Louisville Bats:
LOUISVILLE, Ky. –The Louisville Bats and Cincinnati Reds have announced an extension of their Player Development Contract (PDC) through the 2016 season. This extends the previous agreement which was set to expire after the 2014 season.
“Our organization’s relationship with Louisville continues to be a very successful one,” said Reds President of...
The Cincinnati Reds Caravan came to Indiana over the weekend, with stops both Friday and Saturday. Friday featured Jay Bruce, while Saturday featured Homer Bailey. The RHM crew decided that driving all over the state and standing in line for hours was a fun pastime and headed to both Bloomington to see Bruce and Indianapolis to see Bailey.
The event was well-attended, with the line...
January 27, 1937 - The worst flood in Cincinnati history crests at 79.9 feet and inundates Crosley Field. At the flood's high water mark, 21 feet of water stood at home plate and the lower grandstand was completely under water. Many buildings in the neighborhood surrounding the ballpark were totally submerged. Reds pitchers Lee Grissom and Gene Schott and groundskeeper Matty...
By: Jon Davis
#20 Seth Mejias-Brean 3B
At #20, we find Seth Mejias-Brean a 6-foot-2, 210-pound third baseman, drafted by the Reds in the eighth round of the 2012 draft out of Arizona. In his final year with the wildcats, he hit .355 with a .401 on base and .479 slugging, while striking out only one more time than he walked. These contributions...
There was a time when folks around the Queen City were really excited about the potential careers of both Drew Stubbs and Edinson Volquez. Each experienced flashes of brilliance during their time in Cincinnati, but both find themselves on different ball clubs entering 2013.
Volquez will be entering his second year with the San Diego Padres, while Stubbs will be joining...