Way back in 1998, Jason LaRue went off for the Chattanooga Lookouts and put together one of the best seasons of the decade on the Cincinnati Reds farm.
In 2008, Cincinnati Reds prospect Robert Manuel struck out 103 batters in 86.2 innings over three levels with a 1.25 ERA - earning him season of the decade.
Travis Wood posted a 1.77 ERA between Double-A and Triple-A in the 2009 season, earning him the season of the decade among starting pitchers for the Reds.
Adam Dunn's 2001 was a season for the record books as he hit 54 home runs over his 162 games played between the minors and majors during the year.
Donnie Joseph posted a 1.72 ERA between Double-A Pensacola and Triple-A Louisville in 2012 to take home the honor of best relief season of the decade.
Tony Cingrani's 2012 season was one of the best over the last decade in all of Minor League Baseball and gets the nod for Reds season of the last decade.
At the start of the last decade, Devin Mesoraco broke out in the Cincinnati Reds farm system, slugging .587 with 26 home runs across three levels.