How each club’s Futures Game prospects faredCat:未分類
ATHLETICS – Jorge Mateo, SS, OAK No. 8: Mateo provided a spark off the bench with a single in his first at-bat, although he was not able to bring home the game-winning run from second base in the bottom of the eighth, flying out to centre in his next plate appearance.
BLUE JAYS – Nate Pearson, RHP, TOR No. 2 | MLB No. 41: Pearson was dominant throughout his relief appearance, striking out two of the three batters he faced in a scoreless top of the fifth.
INDIANS – Nolan Jones, 3B, CLE No. 2 | MLB No. 43: Jones led off the bottom of the third but wasn’t able to start a rally, grounding out to the pitcher in his only at-bat. Daniel Johnson, OF, CLE No. 22: Johnson showed off his aggressiveness by glancing at the first pitch he saw, grounding out to shortstop in his lone plate look.
MARINERS – Jarred Kelenic, OF, SEA No. 1 | MLB No. 24: Kelenic hit the ball hard in all three of his at-bats but didn’t get any hits to show for this, lining out twice and flying out in his other plate appearance. Justin Dunn, RHP, SEA No. 2 | MLB No. 67: Dunn followed Deivi Garcia’s powerful start with a scoreless second inning, which was highlighted by his strikeout of Reds No. 1 prospect/MLB No. 27 potential Taylor Trammell. Dunn did strike Pirates No. 12 potential Will Craig with two outs, but recovered to retire Cardinals No. 2 potential Dylan Carson on a flyout to center. Evan White, 1B, SEA No. 5 | MLB No. 81: White made good touch in his lone at-bat, scorching a line drive to left that was gloved by Trammell to end the base of the second.
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