The 32nd-best prospect in the majors, according to MLB Pipeline, the Venezuelan GAbriel Moreno of the Toronto Blue Jays, le followed a three-hit, three-RBI day Thursday, with another more than one hit game on Friday.
The promising Blue Jays catcher hit two singles, drove in a run and traded a walk as the Solar Sox’s fifth batter.
Moreno earned a spot in the Fall League All-Star Game thanks to his brilliant performance in Arizona, hitting .361 / .442 / .542 with a .984 OPS in 18 games.
The 21-year-old mask leads the Fall League with 10 doubles. Additionally, 11 of his 26 hits have been extra-base hits. The Barquisimeto native’s 2021 season was shortened by a broken thumb, but he hit .373 with a 1.060 OPS in 37 games he was healthy.
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MLB: Top Blue Jays prospect Gabriel Moreno shines in the AFL