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Best performer prospects June 9, 2021

Best performer prospects June 9, 2021

2021-06-10 14:45:00

Here’s a look at Wednesday’s top Minor League performers from each team’s top 30 prospect list:

Sailors: Julio Rodríguez, OF (MLB no. 5), tall-la Everett
Rodríguez went 1 in 4 with a brace in his first return match from Olympic qualifiers. In his second game, the 20-year-old exploded, going 4 out of 5 with a double, a homer and three RBIs. Rodríguez got off to a fast start with a double-scoring run in his first at-bat and a couple of singles on his next two trips to the pot. A subsequent groundout ruined a perfect night shot at the pot, but Rodríguez still had a little more production left in his bat when he pitched a homer, his sixth of the year, out right in the eighth inning. Perspective n. 2 of the Mariners are hitting .344 across 23 games this season. Statistics on the prospects of sailors “

Cardinals: Nolan Gorman, 3B (MLB no. 31), Double-A Springfield
Gorman is officially warming up. Not only has he now gone home in consecutive games, but the 21-year-old has also scored three consecutive performances in multiple hits and is 8 out of 14 during that time. Gorman went 2 of 3 on Wednesday and scored his fifth home run of the year, a three-point blast, in the third inning. Gorman is reaching 0.429 (15 out of 35) in June and 0.319 in the year. The statistics on the perspectives of the cardinals “

Pirates: Quinn Priester, RHP (MLB no. 40), Greensboro. high-l
A couple of undeserved runs tarnished Priester’s line a bit, but the 20-year-old right did well on his sixth start of the season. Priester threw 58 of his 89 throws per strike and scored five in 4 2/3 innings. Priester didn’t give up on an earned run or walk, but he gave in six shots. The 2019 first-round pick (18th overall) came in at 3.86 ERA this season and held opponents without an earned run in three of his six starts. Wednesday’s start was a strong rebound for Priester, who gave up five points from four innings in his previous start. Pirate prospects statistics »

Blue Jays: Simeon Woods Richardson, RHP (MLB no. 73), Double-A New Hampshire
Woods Richardson made another solid effort for New Hampshire, conceding a point earned or less for the fourth time in five starts. The 20-year-old scored five points and conceded one run out of three hits and two passes while throwing 79 pitches, 52 per strike. Woods Richardson retired seven consecutive hitters and fanned four out of six to finish his run. The second round pick of the 2018 Draft has 36 strikeouts in 24 innings and an ERA of 2.25. Statistics on the prospects of the Blue Jays »

Spokes: Shane Baz, RHP (n. 76), Double A Montgomery
Baz has been strong all season, but Wednesday was perfect. The far right threw 39 of his 53 pitches per strike and scored six innings in five perfect innings. Baz also scored five pointless frames in his previous start and whistled 14 in the last 10 innings. The 21-year-old pitched at a 2.48 ERA and amassed 49 strikeouts, compared to just two walks. Statistics on ray prospects »

Foods: Brett Baty, 3B (MLB no. 78), High-A Brooklyn
Baty went deep for the fifth time this season, all coming in June, and added a brace for his eleventh multihit game of the season. The 21-year-old put the exclamation mark on Brooklyn’s win with a shot from the left, his fifth home run in 27 at-bats this month. Although he finished May with .317, Baty didn’t go deep in 63 at-bat. The Mets’ 2019 Draft first round pick leads High-A East hitters with an average of 0.367 and an OBP of 0.468, and is second with 28 RBI. Put the statistics of potential customers “

Rossi: Jose Barrero, SS (MLB no. 90), Double-A Chattanooga
Barrero’s strong start to the season made another leap forward Wednesday with his first four-win performance since 2018. The 23-year-old rode in two runs on a pair of singles and added a double of two RBI to establish a new career record with oven. Barrero scored three times and improved his cutting line to .316 / .387 / .531 with four homers and 22 RBI in 25 games with Chattanooga. The statistics on the prospects of the Reds “

Angels: Robinson Pina, RHP (n. 16), Low-A Inland Empire
Pina had a rough start with High-A Tri-City this season, but a jump to Inland Empire seemed to help the right-hander get back on track. Making her first starting start for the 66ers, Pina threw 55 of her 87 pitches per strike and completed 5 2/3 unscored innings with eight strikeouts. Statistics on the perspectives of angels “

Brave: Freddy Tarnok, RHP (n. 11), The high Rome
Tarnok scored his first win of the year in his first appearance of the year. The 22-year-old, a third-round pick of the 2017 Draft, walked out of the bullpen and shot four hitless frames in Game 2 of the Roma doubleheader. Tarnok threw 34 of his 58 strikes, hitched a walk and racked up eight strikeouts. Tarnok recorded an ERA of 4.75 out of 22 starts in 2019 when he launched on two tiers. Stats courageous prospects “

D-backs: Jake McCarthy, OF (n. 30), Double A Amarillo
McCarthy fell just shy of the cycle and drove a five-race career to continue his hot start in June. The 23-year-old is hitting 320 with four extra-base hits and six RBI in 25 at-bats this month after his three-hit performance on Wednesday. McCarthy tripled two points at home in the second and blasted a three-point home run one inning later. The 39th overall pick in 2018 is beating .252 / .339 / .514 with 14 extra-base hits – six home runs – and 22 RBI in 27 games. Statistics on the prospects of D-backs “

Dodgers: Andy Pages, OF (n. 8), High-A Great Lakes
Pages’ power boost continued with a couple of extra-base hits as the 21-year-old went 2 for 3 with a doubles, homer, and two RBIs. Pages, who scored his ninth home run of the year in the third inning, went deep in four of eight games he played in June. Pages is hitting 248 in the season, but scored career best 19 homers in 2019 and appears to show that putting together consistent power numbers will be part of his overall game as he continues to develop. Statistics on the prospects of the Dodgers “

Indians: Richard Palacios, 2B (n. 30), Double A Akron
Palacios led Akron’s 14-shot attack with four of his own, including three doubles. The 24-year-old scored three points, stole two bases and drove one point during the third four-valid game of his career. Palacios has safely scored in 12 of his last 13 games, going 19 of 48 (.396) to increase his 75-point average to .309. The Brooklyn, NY native missed all of 2019 after undergoing shoulder surgery, but doesn’t appear to have missed a beat. Palacios owns .866 OPS and 12 extra-base hits, including 11 doubles, in 27 games. Statistics on the perspectives of the Indians “

Fathers: Brandon Valenzuela, C (n. 26), Lake Elsinore low-A
Valenzuela fell a shy homer of the cycle as he sets career highs with four hits and four RBI to power Lake Elsinore. The 20-year-old had a two-pointer single in the fifth inning and had a chance to hit a home run in the eighth before settling for another two-pointer. Valenzuela has made three multi-hit attempts in the last five games to improve her cutting line to .275 / .365 / .400 in 120 at-bats. Statistics on the prospects of the Padres “

Gemini: Cole Sands, RHP (n. 15), Double-A Wichita
Spencer Steer, 3B (n. 30), High-A Cedar Rapids
After giving up five points, four earned, in his previous departure, Sands made a great comeback against Tulsa. The 23-year-old only got one shot when he pulled out eight and went through 5 1/3 unscored frames. Sands, who has kept opponents to one point earned or less in four of his seven starts, has pitched at 2.84 ERA across 31 2/3 innings this season. Opponents are also getting only 190 points from Sands in his first extended taste of Double-A.

Steer’s power increase continued Wednesday with two more round trippers as part of a three-stroke, four RBI performance. The 23-year-old went deep in three straight games, including a couple of multi-homer performances, to give him five long balls in 14 at-bats. He entered the streak with two home runs in his first 97 at-bats of the season. Steer’s hot stretch raised his cutting line to .270 / .397 / .505 with 12 extra-basic hits and 16 RBI in 29 games for Cedar Rapids. Statistics on the prospects of twins “