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Baseball America Prospect Report -- May 13, 2019

Austin Cox, LHP, Royals. Cox tossed seven scoreless innings for low Class A Lexington. The lefthander worked around three hits while collecting eight strikeouts without allowing a walk. Not allowing any walks is the key stat here, as it was a massive bounceback performance for the Royals’ No. 16 prospect. Cox had allowed 12 runs in 15 innings across his three prior starts thanks to 10 walks.

Cal Raleigh, DH, Mariners. Seattle’s No. 11 prospect had his second multi-homer game of his career for high Class A Modesto. Raleigh hit a two-run bomb in the first inning, followed immediately by a three-run shot in the second inning. Power is certainly his calling card, although Raleigh has the skillset to be a quality backstop with an above-average arm. While his slash line isn’t great through his first 30 games of full season pro ball, Raleigh has already hit seven home runs, just one shy of his total through 38 games with short season Everett in 2018.

Corey Ray, OF, Brewers. Ray had a tough go of it to start the season, as the Brewers’ No. 3 prospect was dealing with a hand injury. He has since broken out in a big way, blasting home runs in three straight games for Triple-A San Antonio. Ray had three hits and a fell a triple short of the cycle. Ray went 13 straight games without collecting an RBI for Triple-A San Antonio before driving in seven runs across his last three games.

Evan White, 1B, Mariners. White had three hits in five at-bats for Double-A Arkansas. The first baseman hit a home run to left field in the first inning, followed by a single to left field and a single to right field to end out his night. The Mariners’ No. 4 prospect is now batting .282/.350/.423 with six extra-base hits in 71 at-bats. White had a rough start to his season, striking out 11 times in 41 at-bats with just three extra-base hits in the month of April.

Leody Taveras, OF, Rangers. Taveras had a three-hit game for high Class A Down East, scoring three times while driving in two runs in the second game played on Sunday. The rightfielder hit a two-run home run in the first inning to open the scoring. The Rangers’ No. 3 prospect is having a better time in his second go-around in the Carolina League, batting a .326/.377/.435 with nine extra-base hits in 138 at-bats. While he struck out 32 times in 25 games during April, Taveras is managing the strike zone much better in the month of May, striking out just three times in 10 games thus far.

ATLAADidder, Ray-Patrick SS3011.1402B (2), BB (14)
ATLAAPache, Cristian CF4110.3062B (9), BB (10)
ATLAAWaters, Drew LF4000.336
CHCHiAAdeman, Aramis SS4121.2563B (3), CS (3)
CHCHiAAmaya, Miguel C4000.194
CHCHiAHerron, Jimmy CF4000.208
COLHiAVilade, Ryan 3B3000.2682 BB (23)
CWSHiAMadrigal, Nick DH3000.244
CWSHiAWalker, Steele CF2000.200BB (11)
DETAAAlcantara, Sergio SS3211.2672 BB (13)
DETAAParedes, Isaac 3B3112.2682 BB (14)
DETAARogers, Jake DH4223.3092 2B (3), BB (19)
KCAALee, Khalil RF3000.254BB (18), CS (2)
KCAAPerkins, Blake CF4000.176
KCAAPeterson, Kort LF3000.202
KCAARivera, Emmanuel 3B4000.281
KCAAViloria, Meibrys C4010.1292B (2)
LADAAEstevez, Omar SS4120.3302 BB (16)
LADAAPeters, DJ RF5110.2332B (4), BB (12)
LADAASantana, Cristian 3B5011.311BB (5)
LADAAThomas, Cody LF5020.2652B (5), BB (10)
MIAAABrigman, Bryson 2B3010.221
MIAAADunand, Joe SS4000.226
MIAAAMiller, Brian LF4010.244CS (2)
MILAAGatewood, Jake 3B5112.200HR (1)
MILAAPonce, Cody P0000--
MILHiAFeliciano, Mario DH4000.278
MILHiAHenry, Payton C4020.2542B (6)
MILHiALutz, Tristen CF4121.2312B (7), BB (9)
OAKAABarrera, Luis CF5110.262
OAKAADeichmann, Greg DH5011.228
OAKAAHeim, Jonah C3000.280BB (10)
OAKAAMerrell, Kevin SS4000.227
OAKHiAAllen, Nick SS2000.2923 BB (16), CS (1)
OAKHiAArmenteros, Lazaro LF3111.233HR (8), BB (24)
OAKHiAEierman, Jeremy 2B2100.202BB (14)
OAKHiAHannah, Jameson CF4010.235BB (9)
PITAAOliva, Jared DH3010.222BB (10)
SDHiAArias, Gabriel SS4000.284
SDHiACampusano, Luis C3020.324BB (17)
SDHiARosario, Jeisson CF3000.203SB (7)
SDHiARuiz, Esteury 2B3123.258HR (4)
SEAAAFraley, Jake CF5000.306
SEAAAThompson-Williams, Dom DH5111.313HR (6), SB (8)
SEAAAWalton, Donnie SS6132.270
SEAAAWhite, Evan 1B5131.282HR (2)
SEAHiARaleigh, Cal DH4225.2172 HR (7)
SEAHiARizzo, Joe 3B4110.333
STLAAArozarena, Randy CF3000.286BB (2), SB (1)
STLAACapel, Conner LF4110.225BB (8)
STLAACarlson, Dylan DH5011.2692B (8)
TBAAFox, Lucius SS5112.1892B (5)
TBAALowe, Josh CF5110.231
TBAAMcKay, Brendan DH4121.1852B (2)
TEXHiAArias, Diosbel 2B3111.3093B (3), BB (11)
TEXHiAHuff, Sam DH3001.294
TEXHiAMartinez, Julio Pablo CF4000.124
TEXHiAReed, Tyreque 1B3011.210
TEXHiATaveras, Leody RF4332.338HR (3)
TEXHiATejeda, Anderson SS3212.271HR (4)
ATLAAWentz, Joey0.036630
ATLAAYnoa, Huascar3.011134
CHCHiAAlzolay, Adbert4.076523
CWSHiAHenzman, Lincoln5.066624
DETAAShore, Logan5.053322
LADAAWhite, Mitchell5.253217
MILAAPonce, Cody1.020001
OAKAAJefferies, Daulton3.053302
SEAAAMisiewicz, Anthony4.252225
SFHiADoval, Camilo1.210013
TBAAKrook, Matt2.031121
TEXHiAEvans, DeMarcus2.000032
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