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 at the plate helped lead Arizona to their first title since 1986. After being drafted, he immediately went to Billings where he performed very well. He posted a .313 average with a .389 on base and .536 slugging, in just over 200 plate appearances. In 2012, all of his offensive numbers were great, especially during his 22-game hitting streak where he had a .388 average, .671 slugging and 1.124 OPS during the streak.
When we look at his skill set we find a guy with classic third-base size. Mejias-Brean has potential in every aspect of his game. He stands out defensively, showing excellent instincts ...