AAA - Syracuse
Trea Turner - SS
Surprise, surprise: he's hitting .326 over his last 10 games. He raised his average to over .300 with this recent hot streak, as well. Just to be a wet blanket, he's still striking out WAY more than he's walking.
A.J. Cole - RHP
Oh, A.J. You were doing so well. Cole's last outing: 3.2 innings, six hits, seven earned runs and three walks. Pitchers throw duds all the time, so there's hope that on the back of a handful of strong starts from Cole, this is just one of those duds.
Austin Voth - RHP
Six innings, five hits, four runs, three walks and six strikeouts in his last start. Considering he didn't strike anyone out in the start prior, this is an obvious improvement. Still, he's walked at least three people in five of his last seven starts.
Reynaldo Lopez - RHP
Lopez is in Syracuse now! He'll also be representing the Nationals at the Futures game over the All-Star break. His last outing (2nd in Triple-A): five innings, six hits, three runs, two walks and five strikeouts. His numbers haven't been as prolific in Triple-A, which is a fairly obvious observation. It'll be interesting to see how long it takes him to adjust.
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AA - Harrisburg
Wilmer Difo - 2B/SS
Wilmer Difo has arrived! He's hitting .390 over the last 10 games which, while fun, is obviously unsustainable. Still though, it's fun. He's had multi-hit games in four of the last five games.
High A - Potomac
Andrew Stevenson - OF
Well, it can't all be good news. Stevenson is hitting .200 over the last 10 games. Over the last 30 days, he's only hit .175. The Stevenson hype train has slowed to a mere crawl...
Victor Robles - OF
...But the Victor Robles hype train rolls right along! Robles, who was recently listed as #9 on Baseball Prospectus' Top-50 Mid-Season Prospect list, is hitting .231 so far in Potomac. Not great, but keep in mind, he was born in 1997 and has already been promoted once.