Let’s see owned baseball on June 22, 2019
Earning Full WOBs:
Aaron Civale threw 6 shutout innings in his big league debut, striking out 6 Tigers along the way to earn the 2-0 decision for Cleveland.
Dakota Hudson kept the Angels to 1 run and 5 hits over 7 innings as St. Louis won 4-2.
Nomar Mazara homered twice in the Rangers 6-5 victory over the White Sox.
Alex Verdugo collected 4 hits, including 2 homers. The second shot was an 11th inning walk off blast that powered the Dodgers past rival Colorado, 5-4.
Earning 1/2 WOBs:
Tim Anderson went 3 for 4 with a homers and 4 runs driven in but the White Sox came up short against Texas, 6-5.
Danny Duffy threw 8 innings, allowing 3 runs while striking out 4 Twins. He did not get the decision as the Royals fell, 5-3.
Juan Soto collected 3 hits and drove in 4 in the Nationals 13-9 loss to Atlanta.
Vince Velasquez allowed 1 hit and 1 run over 5 innings, striking out 5 and walking none. The Phillies bullpen would give up the lead and the 5-3 game to the Marlins.
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As the baseball season quickly approaches, it’s time to take a look at the top-100 prospects for 2017. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to follow and tweet me @dynasty_digest. You can also find more of my articles at www.dynastydigest.sportsblogs.com.
Below you can find my analysis for the prospects ranked between 51-60 for the 2016 midseason top prospect list. If you want to see the full top 100 list, please visit the following link: SEE THE TOP 100 PROSPECT RANKINGS. I will be posting daily analysis of every player listed in the top 100, so please follow my blog and other social media for updates.
51. Jake Bauers (TB, 20 Years Old, 1B): Bauers has improved his game a lot in 2016. Last season, he hit .272, with 11 home runs, eight stolen bases, .342 OBP, and a .418 slugging percentage in 534 plate appearances. In only 368 plate appearances this season at Double-A, Bauers is batting .285, with 10 home runs, seven stolen bases, .373 OBP, and a .430 slugging percentage. He also has very advanced plate discipline, which should serve him well in his career. Bauers has one of the prettiest left-handed swings you will see, so it is no surprise that he is hitting so well this year.