Thursday, April 11, 2013

BaseballAmerica.com: Stats: Adam Duvall


Duvall is one of the better power hitters in the organization with 58 HR's in 1,181 AB's but his .269/ .351 / .491 slash line demonstrates that he may have trouble hitting for a high enough average to advance beyond Fresno. We'll see if he can pick up the pace at AA Richmond. It looks like he'll strike out around 100+ times a season, but his 30 HR's and 100 RBI at San Jose (Hi A) will garner attention. He's batting .417 in the early going for Richmond (AA) with 2 HR's and 9 RBI's.

Duvall attended Louisville, the same college as AAA Fresno 3B-OF Chris Dominguez,  who is also a premier power hitter to keep an eye on for the Giants.

from Baseball America:
BaseballAmerica.com: Stats: Adam Duvall:

Adam Duvall, 3b, Giants

Proper Name: Adam Duvall

Born: Sept. 4, 1988 in Louisville
High School:

College: Louisville
Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 205

Bats: R Throws: R


DRAFT HISTORY [-]
Drafted in the 11th round (348th overall) by the San Francisco Giants in 2010
CAREER TRANSACTIONS [+] 
ORGANIZATIONAL RANKINGS [-]
Ranked San Francisco Giants #28 prospect after the 2011 season 
Ranked San Francisco Giants #11 prospect after the 2012 season 
ORGANIZATION BEST TOOLS [-]
Rated Best Power Hitter in the San Francisco Giants system after the 2012 season



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