After two video games in a row by which he went clean, the Dominican high prospect of Seattle Mariners Julio Rodriguez recorded his first Spring Training recreation with a number of hits within the Cactus League, reaching base 3 times on Monday and shaking off his hunch.
The promising Mariners outfielder, the third-best prospect within the Major Leagues in response to MLB Pipeline, drew a stroll in his first at-bat, within the backside of the second inning. In the fourth inning, he singled and closed out his day with an RBI double within the fifth inning.
After going 0-for-6 in his earlier two conferences, Rodriguez awoke Monday to extend his hitting line to .316/.381/.579 within the eight preseason video games he has performed.
Nick Trujillo MLB.com
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