The Cincinnati Reds have an intriguing mix of prospects making up their top-10 rankings. Of the 10, three have the potential to be front-end/middle-of-the-rotation starters, while one, Billy Hamilton, is the game's most prolific base stealer, and he just made his major league debut.
The team's top prospects had an all-around solid month, led mostly by the likes of Billy Hamilton, Henry Rodriguez, Jesse Winker and Robert Stephenson. Others, like Daniel Corcino, continued to struggle to get through the month.
The minor league regular season is over after the first couple days in September, so it seems fitting to grade some of the team's top prospects on their months of August.
So, let's begin with the first prospect on the list, middle infielder Henry Rodriguez.
All stats come courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com and are current through play on Aug. 31, 2013.
Henry Rodriguez replaces Sean Buckley on the list, as Buckley hasn't played since early April.