Holt has adjusted well into the super utility role for the Reds in 2016. Holt was claimed off waivers from Cleveland during the 2015 season and played in five games before the season ended. He made the big league squad out of Spring Training for the 2016 season and has seen significant time at each outfield position. He has the ability to be solid at each and move around the field to give some extra roster versatility. Holt, a career .234 minor league hitter, finally came into his own with Triple-A Columbus in 2015, where he hit .302 with a .756 OPS. He also stole 25 bases and hit 17 doubles. Power is going to be a limitation for Holt, but he has the look of a solid bench option as a big league player.