Anytime you break a clubs record. You had a good season. Reed hit 34 long ones for the high powered Fresno Grizzlies, breaking the club record for home runs in a single season. The slugger finished with a slash line at .261/.358/.525, and while those numbers haven’t translated well to the major league level yet, the power potential is still there. He also finished with 104 RBI’s and carried an OPS at .883. It is only a matter of time before Reed clicks at the major league level, whether that is with Houston or somewhere else, only time will tell.
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Yes, I know. White played almost every position on the diamond, so he isn’t just a first basemen. This jack of all trades had another solid season, hitting .300/.371/.528 with 25 Home runs, 22 2B’s, and 89 RBI’s. The versatile 26-year-old played all over the infield and even saw time in left field. His success didn’t just stay in Fresno, as he is hitting .302 with 3 Hr’s in 53 At-Bats for the Astros this season.
With the Class-A Quad Cities, Sieber slashed a .289/.403/.458 on the year. While not amazing, Sieber was solid for the River Bandits and deserves some recognition.