3B: Deyvison De Los Santos, Visalia Rawhide (Single-A)
.577/.607/.885, 6 G, 15-for-26, 2 HR, 1 3B, 6 RBI, 6 R, 2 BB, 5 K
It was a week of threes for the D-backs’ De Los Santos, who tallied three hits in five different games for the Rawhide at Inland Empire. The corner infielder started with a homer and two singles on Tuesday before tripling to go along with two singles on Thursday. After racking up three singles in Friday and Saturday’s games, De Los Santos finished the week with another homer and two singles on Sunday. For the month of June, the 19-year-old is batting .422/.451/.663 with four homers and 16 RBIs in 21 games played.
Zach Davies, SP, D-backs Davies pitched to an ERA close to 5.00 during the first two months of the season, but the right-hander has been much better in June, compiling a 2.56 ERA in five starts. At 29, Davies is earning $1.5 million in 2022 and has a mutual option for 2023 that will likely send him back to free agency, making him a solid option for the middle to back end of a contending rotation.
Potential fits: Braves, Guardians, White Sox
AZ Snake Pit previews the 2022 MLB Draft
As part of the 2022 MLB Draft coverage, the AZ Snake Pit will be doing a live stream on YouTube and Twitter at 1:00PM Mountain Standard Time. James Attwood, Wes Baier, and I will preview the Diamondbacks’ first three selections in the draft: 2, 34, and 43.
Topics will include:
- Speculating what Baltimore might do with the first overall pick
- Best/Worst case scenarios for the Diamondbacks at the second overall pick
- Top Prospects at #2: Druw Jones, Brooks Lee, Jackson Holliday, Elijah Green, and Termarr Johnson
- “Portfolio” approach vs. Best Player Available
- Players that could be in play at 34 and 43
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