The 23-year-old had 22 homers and 77 RBIs and also led the league in hits (162), doubles (46), on-base percentage (.408), slugging percentage (.547), extra-base hits (70), total bases (278), runs scored (85) and walks (78). Rated the organization's third-best prospect by Baseball America, he's likely to begin this season at Triple-A Louisville.Name in the game: Former Reds starting pitcher Tom Browning made an early appearance when Reds' camp opened last week. Browning will work with Minor League pitchers, namely the left-handers, once their camp opens. They're No. 1: The Reds have eight former first-round draft picks in Major League camp this spring. They are Homer Bailey, Bill Bray, Bubba Crosby, Phil Dumatrait, Ken Griffey Jr., Josh Hamilton, Eric Milton and Paul Wilson. Of that group, Griffey (1987), Wilson (1991) and Hamilton (1999) were overall No. 1 picks. Only Bailey (seventh overall, 2004) was originally drafted by Cincinnati. Class of '06: This will be the first professional Spring Training in Minor League camp for outfielder Drew Stubbs. The 22-year-old, who was the eighth overall draft pick in the first round last year, batted .252 with six home runs and 24 RBIs in 56 games with rookie-level Billings in 2006. Baseball America rated Stubbs as the Reds' fifth-best prospect in 2006. What they're saying: "I know this. He was impressive [Thursday] in that live BP. Against Brian Meadows, I believe, he hit the ball out of the ballpark everywhere -- left, right and center -- everywhere. That's just batting practice. But to be able to hit the ball the other way out of the ballpark shows you he's got the chance to hit a little." -- Reds manager Jerry Narron, talking about Votto
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