Brodie Greene had three hits for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos on Sunday afternoon.
Over the past year the Reds top three shortstop prospects have been promoted, traded, and moved to the outfield. Unfortunately Brodie Greene’s performance last season did not prevent Cincinnati from going outside the organization to fill that void. The 25 year-old should be primed to make a case for a promotion to AAA during 2013.
There are no shortage of interesting middle infield prospects in the Cincinnati system. Despite the competition Brodie Greene's skills and work ethic has drawn a lot of attention to the 24 year-old Texan. His four-hit game last night raised his average over .300 and his projections include good power for a middle infielder.
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Brodie Greene entered 2011 coming off of a 2010 season where he struggled after an aggressive placement in High-A right after being drafted. His average and plate discipline were solid, but his power was didn’t show up in his initial minor league exposure.
The Reds decided to keep Greene at High-A to begin the 2011 season, though this time he headed to Bakersfield instead of Lynchburg...
There may be no Reds prospect having a better showing in their offseason league than 2B Brodie Greene. The 24-year old from Texas A&M University is performing well for the Phoenix Desert Dogs.
Through 21 games played Greene has batted .288/.374/.475 with 4 homers, 15 RBIs and 14 runs scored.
In fact he's impressed coaches and onlookers so much that he was named as...
The Phoenix Desert Dogs lost again, dropping a close 3-2 game to the Scottsdale Scorpions.
-Brodie Greene was the only Reds prospect to play, going 0-2 with a walk, while playing 2b.
There are just five regular season games left in the AFL.
Phoenix outlasted the Mesa Solar Sox on Wednesday by a score of 11-8.
-Brodie Greene had a big day at 2b, going 3-4 with a run scored, an RBI, and a walk.
-Brad Boxberger pitched a scoreless ninth inning where he allowed one hit and got one strikeout to earn his third save of the 2011 AFL season.
Greene's RBI was his ninth of the season.
The Phoenix Desert Dogs overcame the Peoria Javelinas in the 10th inning Wednesday, winning the game by a score of 7-6.
-Brodie Greene started at second base and went 1-4 on the day, including a solo home run, and three runs scored. He also walked and struck out once each. Greene also stole a base (1) and was caught stealing another time.
-Cody Puckett just continues to struggle...