The minor league baseball season begins tonight, so let's take a look at where the Cincinnati Reds top prospects are set to begin the year.
Tyler Stephenson is a shoe-in to be protected from the Rule 5 draft later today and added to the Cincinnati Reds 40-man roster. Who will join him?
The Cincinnati Reds have signed 27 draft picks so far, but where are they all going to begin their professional careers?
Alfredo Rodriguez is showing life at the plate for the first time since he signed with the Cincinnati Reds in 2016 out of Cuba.
The baseball is absolutely flying in Triple-A this season, and thanks to a new change for the 2019 season, expect that to continue.
Where will Nick Senzel, and the other top 10 Cincinnati Reds prospects begin their 2019 season down on the farm?
Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus both released their Top 100/101 lists this morning and the Cincinnati Reds were well represented on each.