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Baseball America Prospect Report -- April 2, 2019

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Pete Alonso, 1B, Mets. Alonso crushed his first big league home run to center field against Miami, a 444-foot blast according to Statcast. It's the fifth-longest homer hit in the still-young 2019 season. The Mets are 3-1 to begin the season and their No. 2 prospect is now batting .412/.474/.765.

Christin Stewart, OF/DH, Tigers. The Tigers’ No. 8 prospect walked and scored a run against the Yankees.

Sean Reid-Foley, RHP, Jays. Reid-Foley got whacked around in two innings, surrendering three earned runs on four hits including a home run. The Jays’ No. 8 prospect throws a four pitch mix that features a plus fastball and plus slider.

Chad Sobotka, RHP, Braves. Sobotka pitched a scoreless inning against the Cubs on Monday. The Braves’ No. 22 prospect uses a simple delivery and attacks hitters with a fastball-slider combo.

Brandon Lowe, 2B, Rays. The Rays’ No. 8 prospect had two hits including a home run to left field against Colorado.

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