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Best prospects for June 10, 2021

Best prospects for June 10, 2021

2021-06-11 02:04:49

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

Blue Jays: Nate Pearson, RHP (MLB no. 10), Buffalo triple A
Pearson found himself working off the stretch in each of his five innings on the mound, but the right-hander was able to get himself out of trouble consistently as he ultimately shot five frames with no points. Pearson threw 52 of his 87 throws per strike, walked three times, gave up three hits and hit six on the way out. The 24-year-old made an appearance with the Blue Jays this season and has pitched at 5.30 ERA through five appearances with Buffalo. Thursday’s goalless start was Pearson’s first of the season. Statistics on the prospects of the Blue Jays »

Orioles: Gunnar Henderson, SS (MLB no. 96), A low Delmarva
Considering how productive Henderson has been so far this season, a 1 in 9 stretch over two games could be seen as a slump. The 19-year-old put it in the rearview mirror, falling a step away from the cycle, driving on the run and scoring once in his seventh three-hit game of the year. Henderson was an offensive force for Delmarva, beating .324 with 1,015 OPS, 17 extra-base hits and 37 RBI, drawing for the most part in the Minors. Orioles prospects statistics »

Angels: Davis Daniel, RHP (n. 19), High-A Tri-City
Daniel pitched 6 innings 1/3 no-hit before conceding a single, one of two baserunners who yielded in seven frames. The 23-year-old withdrew the top 12 hitters of the game before beating the leadoff hitter in the fifth. Daniel pulled out eight and threw a career record of 94 pitches, 68 strikes. It was the second consecutive start in which the Auburn product allowed only one success. He cleared 16 out of 12 unscored frames in that interval, which reduced his ERA to 2.35. Statistics on the perspectives of angels “

Cardinals: Masyn Winn, SS (n. 5), Palm Beach low-A
Winn made sure his first career home run was unforgettable, beating a grand slam to close a nine-point first inning for Palm Beach. The 19-year-old added two more singles and a couple of walks to his log in what proved to be his best match as a pro. Winn struggled to get out of the gate, but warmed up in late May as he began an eight-game winning streak that continued into June. The Texas native has raised his average 92 points since May 25 thanks to a 19 out of 55 (0.345) stretch. The statistics on the prospects of the cardinals “

Rocky Mountains: Ryan Feltner, RHP (n. 22), High-A Spokane
Feltner shot his fourth season-early goalless start for Spokane, clearing Vancouver by five innings. The 24-year-old scored seven, walked two, and gave up only two hits during his 87-shot exit. Feltner, who is limiting opponents to an average of 0.191 while making 45 in 37 1/3 innings, will bring an ERA of 2.17 and a WHIP of 1.18 into his next start, his eighth of the season. Statistics on the prospects of the Rocky Mountains “

Gemini: Aaron Sabato, 1B (n. 6), Fort Myers
What had been the first five weeks as a pro on Thursday took a positive turn for Saturday. The 27th overall pick in 2020 fell a triple short of cycle, walked twice and rode in four career-record runs to power Fort Myers. On Saturday he opened the scoring with a double RBI in the first before turning to a two-run single and a solo homer, his third of the season. The 22-year-old is hitting .303 / .410 / .455 in June and has walked six times in nine games. Statistics on the prospects of twins “

White Sox: Andrew Dalquist, RHP (n. 5), Kannapolis low-A
Dalquist, a third-round pick in the 2019 Draft, threw 43 of his 69 pitches per strike in five solid innings. The right-hander hit seven, walked two, gave up two strokes and gave up a run, even if it wasn’t earned. Dalquist has got off to a great start this season, conceding just one point earned in his first three starts. However, after that came a series of starts during which he was hit quite hard. Thursday’s effort appears to be a step in the right direction as the 20-year-old may have come up with something to get back on track. Statistics on the prospects of the White Sox »

Yankees: Luis Gil, RHP (n. 5), Somerset with double A
While not particularly efficient, Gil has recovered well from his worst outing of the year. The 23-year-old has scored seven innings out of 4 2/3 unscored, a long way from his previous start when he dropped five points. Despite his recent hiccups, Gil has enjoyed a strong year for Somerset. The right hander has an ERA of 2.64 and 50 strikeouts in 30 2/3 innings. Statistics on the prospects of the Yankees “