Friedl was promoted Monday from Low-A Dayton to High-A Daytona, Zach Buchanan of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

After Friedl went undrafted last summer due to confusion over his status, the Reds were able to sign the high-upside outfielder last August. He quickly emerged as one of the organization's top prospects in the lower minors upon signing with the Reds and has carried over that success to 2017 by slashing .284/.378/.472 with 31 extra-base hits and 14 steals in 292 plate appearances at Dayton. Friedl's speed is considered his best tool, but as a left-handed hitter with burgeoning pop and sound plate discipline, there's plenty to like about his overall profile.

Our Latest Stories
    Jonah Keri Podcast