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Wyatt this spring took over as Louisville’s starting first baseman, replacing Brendan McKay. Wyatt isn’t a two-way superstar like the 2017 Player of the Year, but he did a good job filling McKay’s hole in the lineup and was the Cardinals’ leading hitter. He carried that momentum into the summer, where he led the Cape Cod League in walks (29) and ranked second in on-base percentage. Wyatt is an extremely disciplined hitter and this spring walked 63 times and struck out 37. The lefthanded hitter is listed at 6-foot-4, 225 pounds, and his power will come as he refines his swing and learns to tap into his raw juice. He’s limited defensively to first base, but if his power comes, he’ll profile well at the position.