Staten Island first baseman Matt Snyder finished his debut season hitting a solid .299 after getting…
Hitting Prospect Awards
The Robinson Cano Award goes to the prospect who showed lower level promise at one time and then struggled, but then finally started showing that offensive potential once again after getting to the higher minor league levels. This year's award goes to Scranton and Trenton second baseman Corban Joseph. To be fair, it's not as if Joseph ever really struggled at the A-ball levels but he has become a much better hitter at the higher levels even though the batting averages might suggest otherwise. His walk to strikeout ratio in particular was the best it had been in quite some time this year, drawing 68 walks and striking out just 70 times. His 68 walks were a career-high and his 70 walks were the lowest total since striking out just 61 times in Charleston in 2008. Throw in his career-high 15 home runs this year, his offensive game is starting to peak as he gets closer to being big league ready. The Austin Romine Award is given to the hitting prospect whose full season...
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