Bryson Stott Tallies 5 More RBIs, Continues to Dominate for the Peoria Javelinas
Bryson Stott has been dominating the Arizona Fall League for the Peoria Javelinas over the last few weeks. After a strong season in the minor leagues which led Bryson Stott to awards and a lot of heads being turned, he continues to take over the Arizona Fall League day in and day out. Just yesterday, Stott had another fantastic day.
Bryson Stott has led the Javelinas throughout the fall league this season, notching a .409 batting average with an OPS of 1.085. Stott has been seeing the ball well at the plate, something he struggled with at times during the minor league season.
The kid tallied three more hits in yesterday’s game with four at-bats, with two runs scored and 5 RBIs on the day. Stott’s hot bat led the Javelinas to a 16-13 win, with 27 hits combined through both teams. 29 runs were scored combined in yesterday’s game, and 5 of them were thanks to the hot hitting of the Phillies’ #2 prospect.
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Will Bryson Stott be ready for Opening Day? Only time will tell. He may need some more time in Triple-A just to make sure he is fully developed and ready to go in the majors. The Phillies have had a history of rushing up their prospects and ruining their game thanks to a lack of skill, experience, and more. But with the way this kid is currently seeing the ball at the plate, if he continues to dominate, chances are he could be up in the big leagues by Opening Day on March 31st, 2022.
While the Phillies sit at home in October, again, the Atlanta Braves are one win away from a World Series title. Not great to say the least, but if I have to watch the Braves send anybody home, I guess it would have to be the Astros. Multiple awards and finalists will be announced this week for the MLB Awards, don’t miss it.
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Mandatory Credit: Cheryl Pursell
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