Results tagged ‘ Jarred Cosart ’
The Houston Astros are up next, with intrepid reporter Brian McTaggart writing about new manager Bo Porter’s visit to his prospects in the AFL.
As always, here’s the video report, focusing on Jonathan Singleton, George Springer and Jarred Cosart.
Now, a look at Tuesday’s Star of the Day:
The Yankees’ Slade Heathcott hasn’t had the easiest path as a professional. No. 5 on the New York’s Top 20, the former first-rounder has had some issues on and off the field. Injuries have really hampered him (2 shoulder surgeries) and his career high in at-bats is just 351. So he’s really trying to make up for some lost time with Scottsdale this fall. He certainly did that on Tuesday, going 4-for-5 with a double, two triples and five RBIs. He’s hitting .275/.408/.400 over 11 AFL games (40 ABs). He’s really enjoyed hitting from the leadoff spot, with a .471 average in four games. And yes, he was in that slot on Tuesday.
Same deal, different league. So far we’ve covered: The Midwest League and the South Atlantic League. Now it’s time to move up a level, to the Class A Advanced Florida State League. There have been some changes along the way, but I’ll include anyone who’s been named, either originally or as a replacement. Here goes:
Jarred Cosart, Phillies — No. 43 on Top 50; No. 3 on Phillies Top 10
Trevor May, Phillies – No. 7 on Phillies Top 10
Deck McGuire, Blue Jays — No. 5 on Blue Jays Top 10
Scooter Gennett, Brewers — No. 10 on 2B Top 10; No. 4 on Brewers Top 10
Sebastian Valle, Phillies (injured) — No. 10 on C Top 10; No. 5 on Phillies Top 10
Matt Harvey, Mets — No. 2 on Mets Top 10
Alex Colome, Rays — No. 9 on Rays Top 10
Joe Kelly, Cardinals — No. 8 on Cardinals Top 10
Hak-Ju Lee, Rays — No. 7 on Rays Top 10
Final tally: North 21, South 8