Outfielder Anderson Miller hit .133 in his first nine games at high Class A Wilmington before the 2015 third-round pick went on a tear.
Miller reached base in 30 consecutive games, and when the streak ended he was hitting .284. During the streak, he clubbed six home runs, drew 13 walks and scored 20 runs.
“He really has a good approach at the plate,” farm director Ronnie Richardson said. “He doesn’t chase out of the zone. He continues to look for good pitches, and when he gets that pitch he’s looking to do some damage. We’re really excited with his progression and where he is as a hitter.”