Chapman landed at #33 on the list
Keith Law of ESPN Insider released a list of his top 50 MLB players at or under the age of 25 earlier today.
The piece is intended to give a projected look at some of the stars of tomorrow, and in some cases, the stars of today.
Three key criteria were used when ranking these players: 1) The list only includes players who have lost their Rookie status, 2) The ranking takes in account their long-term value rather than their short-term, and 3) They must have been born on or after July 1, 1986.
Now that you have a little understanding in how the rankings were assembled, here are the three Reds who made the cut...along with their ranking, age and the short write-up that came along with it.
#22 Jay Bruce RF (24)"Analysis: Bruce has substantial power, shows patience, and plays an above-average right field, so for him, the difference between being an above-average player and a star will come down to his contact rates and his batting average on ball...