Amir Garrett beat out Nick Howard for the #9 spot on our list by a mere 2 votes. The young southpaw was an honorable mention last year, but makes the top 10 thanks to his best season as a pro and his decision to focus on baseball full time. After spending the last two seasons in Dayton, Garrett will likely start the season in sunny Daytona. Another pitcher added to the list today. Deal with it.
Nick Howard, SP, 21
Jonathon Crawford, 23, SP
Alex Blandino, INF, 22
Daniel Corcino, SP, 24
Jon Moscot, SP, 23
Highest 2014 Level: AAA (Louisville)
Eye-Poppingest Fact: 3.13 ERA at Pensacola in 2014
Most Worrisome Fact: 6.5 K/9 in 2014
With a wealth of right-handed starting pitching prospects in the organization, it's easy to forget about Jon Moscot. The former 4th-round pick has climbed the organizational ladder all the way from rookie ball to AAA in just two and a half seasons. This season saw his strikeouts drop to an all-time low of 6.5 K/9 in 2014 from 8.6 K/9 in 2013, which is worrisome, but he was also able to lower his walk rate to 2.7 BB/9 on the year. Moscot doesn't have a huge arm, but his control is above average, and he commands 4 pitches. He'll likely start the season in Louisville, with a chance of getting a call-up should the Reds need a starting pitcher at some point this season.