this is easy... it's clearly Ray Durham.
just last year, Durham was rated over Vidro and rightly so if you look at the stats.... he had so many problems last year and his numbers suffered.
he can still hit... I look for .285, 14 hr, 55 rbi, 24sb, 110 runs....
the other guys on the list are unproven... Durham is capable of putting up stud numbers after learning the ropes in the NL.
-- we'll see what Hairston does after the ankle injury, he didn't do anything when he got back in Sept. Jimenez can put up similar numbers but can't seem to keep it together for an entire season. I don't think a head-case like Jimenez is in the best place to succeed w/ the lazy atmosphere in Cincy.
also, i think my 14 hr prediction is pretty modest. true, pacbell is no hitter's haven, but Durham can still hit the fastball w/ authority, and the NL is still considered a fastball league.