• Full name Trenton Marcus Grisham
  • Born 11/01/1996 in Burleson, TX
  • Profile Ht.: 5'11" / Wt.: 224 / Bats: L / Throws: L
  • School Richland
  • Debut 08/01/2019
  • Drafted in the 1st round (15th overall) by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2015 (signed for $2,700,000).
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    Clark's batting grip is a little unorthodox. He eschews batting gloves and he holds his thumbs on the bat like he's gripping a golf club. It has always worked for him and few who have seen him doubt his ability to hit. One evaluator called him the best high school bat to come out of Texas in the past five years. He's battled blisters and ankle problems but has still managed to impress this spring, thanks to excellent bat speed and a long track record of performing both on the showcase circuit and internationally. Clark has 70 speed on the 20-to-80 scouting scale at his best, and unlike most of the rest of top of the prep outfield class, Clark should remain in center field for the long-term. He gets good jumps to go with his excellent speed and he has plenty of arm for center. He's already pretty well filled out physically. He projects as an above-average hitter with future average power. He has an excellent batting eye that allows him to draw walks. He could profile as a top-of-the-order table setter who can get on base and steal bases but he has enough pop to also end up in the middle of the lineup. Clark has impressed for years with his feel for the game, his leadership qualities and his knack for performing on the biggest stages. He's committed to Texas Tech.

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  • Rated Best Strike-Zone Discipline in the Milwaukee Brewers in 2019
  • Rated Best Strike-Zone Discipline in the Milwaukee Brewers in 2018

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  • San Diego Padres activated CF Trent Grisham.

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