Seth Mejias-Brean has the best season among the Cincinnati Reds third base prospects in 2013.
Seth Mejias-Brean is in his second professional season after helping Arizona to a College World Series championship in 2012 and has hit well at every stop. Saturday he debuted in high-A with two hits and a homer. The tenth-round draft selection is making a case for himself as the top third base prospect in the Reds organization.
Seth Mejias-Brean had a big game for Dayton as the Dragons picked up a win on Saturday night.
Seth Mejias-Brean is among several players who have made improvements throughout the 2013 season.
One year ago Seth Mejias-Brean came into the Cincinnati organization from the Reds tenth round selection on the draft. He arrived with a polished set of skills after playing in a strong collegiate program and now at the age of 22 he is playing a full professional season and has an average on the rise in the Midwest League.
Seth Mejias-Brean experiences both a College World Series championship and a successful debut at Billings last year. Now his bat is coming around while he’s playing in his first professional full season at Dayton and yesterday he finished with his fourth consecutive multi-hit game.
Seth Mejias-Brean is off to a slow start this season. Can he make the adjustment and turn things around?