The Home of Fantasy Sports Analysis

2023 Cincinnati Reds Top Prospects

It’s no secret that the Cincinnati Reds are in a full rebuild entering 2023. After post 100 losses in 2022, this 140-year franchise will look to lean on its young talent to make this franchise competitive in the National League Central once again. Luckily, there’s plenty of young and exciting talent throughout this Cincinnati Reds Top Prospects list thanks to recent trades over the last calendar year.

August 2nd, 2022: Traded Tyler Mahle to the Minnesota Twins for Spencer Steer (#7 for Eric, #6 for Chris), Christian Encarnacion-Strand (#5 for Eric, #4 for Chris), and Steve Hajjar (#17 for Chris).

August 2nd, 2022: Traded Brandon Drury to the San Diego Padres for Victor Acosta (#12 for both)

July 30th, 2022: Traded Luis Castillo to the Seattle Mariners for prospects Noelvi Marte (#2 for both Eric and Chris), Edwin Arroyo (#3 for Eric, #5 for Chris), Levi Stoudt (#18 for Chris), and Andrew Moore.

March 14th, 2022: Traded Jesse Winker and Eugenio Suarez to the Seattle Mariners for Justin Dunn, Jake Fraley, Brandon Williamson (#13 for Eric, #15 for Chris), and a player to be named later.

March 13th 2022: Traded Sonny Gray to the Minnesota Twins for Chase Petty (#10 for Eric, #7 for Chris) and Francis Peguero.

In addition to all of those trade acquisitions, we’ve seen Elly De La Cruz develop into an elite fantasy prospect along with Cincinnati drafting Cam Collier, Jay Allen, and Matt McLain. So, the vast majority of both Chris and Eric’s top 20 lists below weren’t even in this organization 1-2 yeara ago.

You can find other team prospect rankings here.

If you aren’t playing your dynasty leagues on Fantrax, you’re missing out on the deepest player pool and most customization around.

Enjoy these Fantasy Baseball prospect rankings? Then make sure to check out the Fantrax Toolshed weekly for dynasty and prospect talk, along with Eric Cross’ Top Prospect Rankings and Chris Clegg’s Top Prospect Rankings.

Cincinnati Reds Top Prospects

Eric Cross (AVG)RankChris Clegg (OBP)
Elly De La Cruz (SS)1Elly De La Cruz (SS)
Noelvi Marte (SS/3B)2Noelvi Marte (SS/3B)
Edwin Arroyo (SS)3Cam Collier (3B)
Cam Collier (3B)4Christian Encarnacion-Strand (3B/1B)
Christian Encarnacion-Strand (3B/1B)5Edwin Arroyo (SS)
Matt McLain (2B/SS)6Spencer Steer (INF)
Spencer Steer (INF)7Chase Petty (P)
Carlos Jorge (2B/SS)8Matt McLain (2B/SS)
Jay Allen (OF)9Ricardo Cabrera (SS)
Chase Petty (P)10Carlos Jorge (2B/SS)
Ricardo Cabrera (SS)11Andrew Abbott (P)
Victor Acosta (SS)12Victor Acosta (SS)
Brandon Williamson (P)13Jay Allen (OF)
Leonardo Balcazar (SS/2B)14Sal Stewart (3B)
Andrew Abbott (P)15Brandon Williamson (P)
Sal Stewart (3B)16Joe Boyle (P)
Ariel Almonte (OF)17Steven Hajjar (P)
Justin Boyd (OF)18Levi Stoudt (P)
Donovan Antonia (OF)19Leonardo Balcazar (SS/2B)
Logan Tanner (C )20Logan Tanner (C )

Media Credit: 

Fantrax logo

Fantrax was one of the fastest-growing fantasy sites of 2020, and we’re not stopping now. With multi-team trades, designated commissioner/league managers, and drag/drop easy click methods, Fantrax is sure to excite the serious fantasy sports fan – sign up now for a free year at

1 Comment
  1. Jose A. Hernandez says

    Hi Chris, I inherited 3B Cam Collier and I am debating if I should protect him, thinking that he should be about four years away. Tell me why I should keeping. What are his strength and weakness. I believe he is good OBP player and I like that. Please convince me.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.