Cedrola was sent to the Reds on Monday in exchange for international amateur signing bonus pool money, Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston reports. Cedrola has hit a solid .318/.350/.427 through 50 games for Low-A Greenville so far this season. He's made a good deal of contact so far in his professional career, but hasn't shown much power (seven career home runs in 262 games) and seems allergic to walks (2.2 percent walk rate this season). His most appealing tool for fantasy purposes is his speed on the bases, as he has gone 65-for-91 (71.4 percent success rate) on stolen-base attempts in 262 career games.
Cedrola is slashing .270/.315/.375 with 12 stolen bases (15 attempts) in 200 at-bats with Low-A Greenville this season. The 19-year-old outfielder is in the midst of a 3-for-30 slump, but he preceded that with an 11-game hitting streak in which he hit .381. Cedrola has struggled mightily against right-handed pitching with a .221/.271/.275 slash line and is still adjusting after his last two seasons in rookie ball.