No. 2 pick of the the 2013 draft, Kris Bryant has been cited as a cant-miss athlete with big league power. Kris started his minor league career in short season single A in Boise with a .354 batting average and 4 HR before being promoted to High-A Daytona where he finished out the season batting .333 with 5 HR. His pro career has continued to impress into the offseason where he took home the Arizona Fall League MVP award with a gaudy .364/.457/.727 and 6 HR in just 20 games. The Cub’s plans for Kris remain to be seen, however if these numbers continue into the spring, it is going to be tough keeping this kid out of a big league uniform.
Here is a look at some of the top offensive producers in the AFL. (Top 10 in terms of OPS)
|Tommy La Stella||SCO||2B||62||18||6||1||10||29||16||4||1||1||.436||.468||.290||.904|
*Numbers courtesy of milb.com