The 5 Biggest Draft Busts in Recent Cincinnati Reds History

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The 5 Biggest Draft Busts in Recent Cincinnati Reds History
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Chad Mottola Selected Fifth Overall in the 1992 Draft

Throughout the last decade, the Cincinnati Reds have seen a good number of first-round draft picks blossom at the MLB level.

The Reds have five first-round draft picks or first-round supplementary draft picks currently on the 25-man roster. That includes Homer Bailey, Jay Bruce, Todd Frazier, Devin Mesoraco and Mike Leake.

However, the Reds haven't always had the best of luck with their first-round draft picks, and have passed on some incredible Hall of Fame players.

Looking back, here are the top five first-round draft busts in recent Cincinnati Reds history.

 

All statistics courtesy of baseball-reference.com

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