The major league baseball season has entered June, and the Cincinnati Reds are beginning to see which prospects are panning out and which ones still need more time at their current levels.
Two months give a team plenty of time to see who is performing well at a particular level and who may be struggling. For the most part, the Reds' top prospects have shown promising signs in 2013.
Prospects like J.J. Hoover and Tony Cingrani have made their marks in the majors, but others such as Billy Hamilton, are trying to get to the big leagues as quickly as possible.
Most of the prospects on this list are likely going to be in the minors until September, at the earliest. There are a couple who may be playing to get a call-up when the rosters expand, but many of these players are still low in the system.
These stocks are determined by how the prospects have done since the last stock watch in the middle of May. Hitters are evaluated on their last 10 games and pitchers are looked at by their last 10 days.
Here's a look at how each of the Reds' top prospects are doing lately.
*All stats are courtesy of MiLB.com unless otherwise noted