Bryson Stott played so well for the High-A Jersey Shore Blue Claws to start the season, he earned an early promotion. On Tuesday, he made a nice first impression at FirstEnergy Stadium.
After slashing .288/.453/.548 with five home runs and 10 RBI for the Blue Claws, Stott struggled in his first six games in Reading. But Stott put an end to these struggles in the first inning of Tuesday’s game, when he went deep.
When Stott came back to the plate in the third inning, he did it again.
It is unclear when t he Phillies 2019 first round pick out of UNLV will make an impact in the majors. until some point during the 2022 season. But if he keeps hitting the ball well like he has during the first two months of the minor league season, it could happen as soon as next year.
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