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Reds Organizational Depth Chart, Rosters And 2013 Payroll Part 1 (Majors And Minors)

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Tuesday, Mar.26/2013

The core is as solid as ever and they could potentially add Stolen Base Threat Billy Hamilton to the arsenal of attack next year.  The Reds will be a fast, entertaining team with lots of power from both hitting and defense.

The core is as solid as ever and they could potentially add Stolen Base Threat Billy Hamilton to the arsenal of attack this year. The Reds will be a fast, entertaining team with lots of power from both hitting and defense.  The Reds feature a payroll that will range between $103 – 110 Million Dollars in 2013.  Other than Bronson Arroyo and Shin-Soo Choo, the whole team should be back again in 2014.  Will the fans continue to come in droves to the Great American Ball Park?  With 2 division crowns in the last 3 years, it seems likely.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): and welcome Jeff Kleiner (Salary, Roster and Depth Chart Expert for the MLB – visit his website  here 

You guys are all in for a treat.  Jeff Kleiner recently contacted me about a partnership merge for the website.  He has developed a site (prosportsrosters.com) that covers all organizational affiliates in the Minors for all of the Major League Baseball Clubs.  We are going to combine efforts to bring you the best look at salaries, current 25 Man Player Rosters and Depth Charts for all 30 teams.

Jeff is going to provide the documents in form of spreadsheets and I am going to accompany the posts with deep analysis of what the numbers tell us from my perspective.  If you can’t wait for all of my assessments for each club, go and visit Jeff’s website over at http://www.prosportsrosters.com.

In Speaking with Jeff, he is one of the more passionate fans I have come across towards the game of baseball.  He spends enough time in updating his MLB Facts for it to be a Full-Time Job.  So after the usual Video Clip and READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY button, you will find some serious &*!@?!#!

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Reds Organization click here

2012 Reds Clinch The Division:

The Reds are amongst the early favorites with Bookmakers for winning the World Series in 2013.  They will look for their 1st title since 1990 next season.

The Reds are amongst the early favorites with Bookmakers for winning the World Series in 2013. They will look for their 1st title since the 1990 season.  A dominant Bullpen that is as close to the filthy as the 1990’s Nasty Boys were.  They feature several Gold Glove Candidate and have perennial ALL – Stars Brandon Phillips and Joey Votto to patrol the right side of the Infield.  The key to the long – term success will still be the Starting Pitchers.

The Reds have stability at this point of the franchise unlike any time they have enjoyed since “The Big Red Machine Days”.  Joey Votto is signed until 2024, Brandon Phillips and Jay Bruce are locked up til 2018.  Chapman has 4 years of Team Control left and Broxton, Latos, Marshall, Leake  and Cueto have 3 seasons remaining before Free Agency.  The core is set up for a decent run. 

Each season that passes, some more players will be eligible for Arbitration to drive up the overall payroll.  The Reds are hoping for pitchers like Mike Leake and Tony Cingrani to take the reigns as Starting Pitchers with this ball club now that Chapman has been relegated back to his Closers role.

In the past winter the club also signed Ryan Ludwick to a 2 Year Deal ($15 MIL) and traded for Choo.  After 2013 is over, the native of South Korea will be a Free Agent.  I am not sure if the franchise will have the $$ to re-sign the former 2 time 20/20 player.  He may just cost too much.

Alas, Billy Hamilton should be ready to leap to the Majors in 2014 and provide some salary relief.  Zack Cozart and Todd Frazier round out the Infield with Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips.  Ryan Hanigan and Devin Mesoraco have the Catching duties for a few years.  Bronson Arroyo is also in the last year of his contract and might be a tough nut to crack for signing long – term. 

Walt Jocketty will continue to try and draft controllable players that can contribute right away.  Dusty Baker is still chasing his 1st World Series as a Manager after winning one as a player with the LA Dodgers in 1981.  Whatever happens in Cincinnati, the future is really bright.

You also have to like that they are in the NL Central where teams are not going to run away from them with other team payrolls.  The Cardinals just barely crack the top 10 for Team Payroll.  The Cubs are also over $100 Million this year to near the Reds $103 – $110 MIL projections.  The Pirates are near the $75 MIL range and the Brewers are around $90 – 100 $MIL right now.

2013 Team Payroll and Organizational Depth Chart all the way through the Minor League Teams

PRO Cincinnati Reds
CEO- Robert H. Castellini
GM- Walt Jocketty
MGR- Dusty Baker
PCO- Bryan Price
HCO- Brook Jacoby
1BCO- Billy Hatcher
3BCO- Mark Berry 40 40 man roster
BHCO- Chris Speier 26 25 man roster  2013 Payroll
BPCO- Juan Lopez 13
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Bronson Arroyo ML x 9 36 $11,500,000
SP2- Johnny Cueto ML x 4 27 $7,400,000
SP3- Mike Leake ML x 0 26 $3,060,000
SP4- Homer Bailey ML x 6 OOO 27 $5,350,000
SP5- Mat Latos ML x 3 26 $4,250,000
SPS- Alfredo Simon ML x 8 OOO 32 $890,000
RHMR- Sam LeCure ML x 6 30 $500,000
LHMR-
RHSU- Nick Masset ML x 7 OOO 31 $3,100,000
RHSU- Logan Ondrusek ML x 6 29 $950,000
RHSU- Jose Arredondo ML x 9 OOO 30 $1,200,000
RHSU-
LHSU- Sean Marshall ML x 5 31 $4,500,000
CL- Aroldis Chapman ML x 1 25 $4,708,000
CL- Jonathan Broxton ML x 4 29 $4,000,000
13 $51,408,000
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Ryan Hanigan ML x 6 34 $2,050,000
1B- Joey Votto ML x 6 31 $19,000,000
2B- Brandon Phillips ML x 6 33 $10,000,000
SS- Zack Cozart ML x 4 29 $500,000
3B- Todd Frazier ML x 4 28 $500,000
LF- Ryan Ludwick ML x 9 34 $2,000,000
CF- Shin-Soo Choo ML x 7 OOO 31 $7,375,000
RF- Jay Bruce ML x 4 27 $7,583,000
C- Devin Mesoraco ML x 4 26 $500,000
1B-
3B- Jack Hannahan ML x 9 OOO 33 $2,000,000
UTL- Jason Donald ML x 5 OOO 29 $500,000
UTL-
OF- Xavier Paul ML x 7 OOO 28 $500,000
OF- Chris Heisey ML x 4 30 $1,325,000
14 $53,833,000
AAA Louisville Bats (INT)
CEO- Gary Ulmer
GM- Dale Owens
MGR- Jim Riggleman
PCO- Ted Power
HCO- Ryan Jackson
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Chad Reineke AAA 7 32 SIGNED
SP2- Jeff Marquez AAA 7 29 NON-ARB1
SP3- Pedro Villarreal ML x 3 26 $500,000
SP4- Tony Cingrani ML x 0 24 $500,000
SP5- Greg Reynolds AAA 5 28 SIGNED
SP6- Daniel Corcino ML x 3 23 SIGNED
SPS- Armando Galarraga AAA 10 OOO 31 SIGNED
SPS- James Allen AAA 0 24 NON-ARB1
RHMR- Clay Hensley AAA 7 NRI 34 SIGNED
RHMR- Kanekoa Texeira AAA 4 27 SIGNED
RHMR- Jeff Stevens AAA 6 30 SIGNED
RHMR- José Díaz AAA 10 33 SIGNED
RHMR- Mark Prior AAA 2 33 SIGNED
RHMR- Curtis Partch ML x 4 26 SIGNED
LHMR- Joseph Krebs AAA 4 RES 30 NON-ARB1
RHSU- J.J. Hoover ML x 2 26 $500,000
LHSU- Lee Hyde AAA 5 28 SIGNED
LHSU- Manny Parra ML x 6 OOO 31 $1,000,000
CL- Nick Christiani AAA 1 26 SIGNED
CL- Kevin Whelan AAA 6 28 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Corky Miller AAA 12 NRI 38 SIGNED
1B- Neftali Soto ML x 4 24 SIGNED
2B-
SS-
3B- Nate Samson AAA 4 26 SIGNED
LF-
CF- Felix Perez AAA 1 30 SIGNED
RF- Derrick Robinson AAA 5 NRI 25 SIGNED
DH-
C- Miguel Olivo AAA 6 NRI 36 SIGNED
C- Nevin Ashley AAA 5 29 SIGNED
1B- Mike Hessman AAA 15 35 SIGNED
3B- Matt Mangini AAA 4 28 SIGNED
3B- Kris Negron AAA 5 28 SIGNED
3B- Ray Chang AAA 6 30 SIGNED
3B- Henry Rodriguez ML x 4 23 $500,000
UTL- César Izturis AAA 5 NRI 33 SIGNED
UTL- Emmanuel Burriss AAA 4 OOO NRI 28 SIGNED
OF- P.J. Phillips AAA 6 27 SIGNED
OF- Denis Phipps AAA 7 NRI 29 SIGNED
AA Pensacola Blue Wahoos (SOU)
CEO- Bruce Baldwin
GM- Jonathan Griffith
MGR-
PCO- Tom Brown
HCO- Tony Jaramillo
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Luis Atilano AA 7 RES 28
SP2- Josh Ravin ML x 5 25 SIGNED
SP3- Kyle Lotzkar ML x 4 24 SIGNED
SP4- Yohan Pino AA 7 30 SIGNED
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR- Loek Van Mil AA 5 30 SIGNED
RHMR- Mark Serrano AA 2 28 SIGNED
LHMR- Christopher Manno AA 1 25 SIGNED
RHSU- Justin Freeman AA 3 NRI 28 SIGNED
RHSU- Drew Hayes AA 1 26 SIGNED
LHSU- Wilkin De La Rosa AA 9 NRI 28 SIGNED
CL- Brian Pearl AA 2 25
  POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Mark Fleury AA 2 25 SIGNED
1B- Beau Mills AA 4 27
2B- Brodie Greene AA 1 26 SIGNED
SS- Billy Hamilton AA 2 23 SIGNED
3B- David Vidal AA 1 24 SIGNED
LF- Bryson Smith AA 0 25 SIGNED
CF- Ryan LaMarre AA 1 25 SIGNED
RF- Josh Fellhauer AA 2 25
DH-
C- Tucker Barnhart AA 1 22 SIGNED
1B- Joel Guzman AA 9 MEX 29
1B- Donald Lutz ML x 3 24 SIGNED
3B- Marquez Smith AA 4 28 SIGNED
UTL-
UTL-
OF- Andrew Means AA 3 27
OF- Yordanys Perez AA 0 29
A+ Bakersfield Blaze (CAL)
CEO-
GM- Elizabeth Martin
MGR- Ken Griffey
PCO- Rigo Beltran
HCO- Eli Marrero
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Tanner Robles A+ 1 24
SP2- Josh Smith A+ 1 26
SP3- Daniel Renken A+ 0 24
SP4- Justice French A+ 0 24
SP5- Chad Rogers A+ 0 24 SIGNED
SP6- Tim Crabbe A+ 2 25
SP7- Shaun Ellis A+ 0 27 SIGNED
SPS-
RHMR- Pat Doyle A+ 1 25 SIGNED
LHMR-
RHSU- Brooks Pinckard A+ 0 25 SIGNED
RHSU- Jamie Walczak A+ 2 26
RHSU- Daniel Wolford A+ 1 25 SIGNED
LHSU- Blaine Howell A+ 3 25
LHSU- Chris Joyce A+ 0 24
CL- Kyle McMyne A+ 0 24 SIGNED
CL- Carlos Contreras ML x 3 22 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Danny Vicioso A+ 3 25 SIGNED
1B- Dominic D’Anna A+ 1 25
2B- Devin Lohman A+ 1 24 SIGNED
SS- James Ewing A+ 1 27
3B- Niko Vasquez A+ 3 24 SIGNED
LF- Juan Duran A+ 3 22
CF- Theo Bowe A+ 3 23
RF- Steve Selsky A+ 0 24 SIGNED
DH-
C- Chris Berset A+ 1 25 SIGNED
1B-
3B- Travis Mattair A+ 3 25 SIGNED
UTL-
UTL-
RF- Yorman Rodriguez ML x 2 21 SIGNED
OF- Stephen Hunt A+ 1 24
OF- Kurtis Muller A+ 1 24
A Dayton Dragons (MID)
CEO- Robert Murphy
GM- Gary Mayse
MGR- Delino DeShields
PCO- Tom Browning
HCO- Alex Pelaez
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Carlos Gonzalez A 0 23
SP2- Stalin Gerson A 3 25
SP3- Radhames Quezada A 3 23
SP4- Daniel Tuttle A 3 23
SP5- Jacob Johnson A 2 23
SP6- Wes Mugarian A 1 22
SPS- Lucas O’Rear A 1 25
RHMR- Dan Jensen A 0 24
RHMR- Cole Green A 0 24
LHMR- Sean Lucas A 0 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Ryan Kemp A 0 23
RHSU- Michael Dennhardt A 0 23 SIGNED
RHSU- El’Hajj Muhammad A 1 22 SIGNED
LHSU- Ismael Guillon ML x 0 21
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Yovan Gonzalez A 2 24 SIGNED
1B- Sean Buckley A 0 24 SIGNED
2B-
SS- Juan Perez A 0 22 SIGNED
3B- Junior Arias A 2 21
LF- Kyle Waldrop A 0 22 SIGNED
CF- Spencer Dickinson A 0 24
RF-
DH-
C-
1B- Nick O’Shea A 0 24 SIGNED
3B- Josef Terry A 0 24
UTL- Sammy Diaz A 2 22
UTL- Ryan Wright A 0 24
OF- Juan Silva A 2 22 SIGNED
OF- Jefry Sierra A 3 23 SIGNED

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Reds Organization click here.

*** The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of mlbreports.com or their partners.***

It has been 25 years since a Major League baseball player stole 100 bases in one year. Can Billy Hamilton steal a 100 bases ever in a single year? Photo Courtesy of Giants fan: Crystal Ramos

It has been 25 years since a Major League baseball player stole 100 bases in one year. Can Billy Hamilton steal a 100 bases ever in a single year once he makes it to the Major Leagues? As a player who will be on an Entry Level Contract (and quite possibly be replacing Shin – Soo Choo next season, the franchise is hoping that they will have a big -time Lead off hitter in Billy Hamilton.  He will start the year in the Minor Leagues in 2013, but don’t be surprised to see him near the playoff stretch for the organization.  Photo Courtesy of Giants fan: Crystal Ramos.

Authors for this post:

Jeff Kleiner:  “I have been a sports fan since the first Baseball game I went to at Comisky Park in Chicago in 1959, when baseball for me turned from black and white to color. I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.” For all of your Salaries, Roster and Depth Charts for all 4 Major Sports (entire organization – Minors and Majors) click here or Follow Me on twitter 

prosportsrosters.com is the best source for following entire organizations in all 4 Major Sports

prosportsrosters.com is the best source for following entire organizations in all 4 Major Sports.

Chuck Booth – Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner and author of the Fastest 30 Ballgames:   To learn more about my  “The Fastest 30 Ballgames Book” and how to purchase it, click here . You can also follow my Guinness Book of World Record Successful Bid to see all 30 MLB Park in 23 Days – click here.  I am happy to be part of such an awesome Magazine-Style Baseball Website and am looking forward to talking to all of the fans of the MLB.  You can reach me on Twitter here

Ben Fallon (Left) and Chuck booth (Right)  at Nats Park (Patriots Day 2012)

Ben Fallon (Left) and Chuck booth (Right) at Nats Park (Patriots Day 2012)

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About chuckbooth3023

I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at https://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/

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