This does not look like a 19 year old.
Yet another pitcher is added to the list, as 2012 first round draft pick Nick Travieso took home the 7-spot. After 21 innings of professional pitching under his belt and not a long history of starting, I imagine he will start the year in extended spring training before going to Billings. If he is successful there he could get a call up to Dayton much like we saw with Bobby Steves last season.
One new name to add to the list today.
JONATHAN REYNOSO, OF, 20
Highest 2012 Level: Rookie League (AZL Reds)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: .311 average and 30 stolen bases in 39 attempts in the AZL last season.
Most Worrisome Fact: Poor plate discipline, power has not developed yet.
Aliases: None as of yet
Best Case Scenario: Who the heck knows. He's got a lot of tools, but has failed to use all of them yet.
ISMAEL GUILLON, LHP, 20
Highest 2012 Level: Low-A (Dayton Dragons)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: 2 Potentially plus pitches (change, fastball) and a solid curve
Most Worrisome Fact: BB% over 10 at all levels (except his 4 games in Dayton)
Aliases: "Call Me" Ismael; The Guillon-tine; ??
Best Case Scenario: These are getting much harder.
Who is the Reds #8 Prospect?
Jonathan Reynoso (0 votes)
Ismael Guillon (3 votes)
Dan Langfield (2 votes)
Yorman Rodriguez (21 votes)
Kyle Lotzkar (27 votes)
Henry Rodriguez (37 votes)
90 total votes