Minor League Barometer: Down on the Farm
Minor League Barometer: Down on the Farm

This article is part of our Minor League Barometer series.

Juan Soto rode his hot start all the way from A-ball to the big leagues. The wunderkind for the Nationals exploded onto the MLB scene this past Monday, slugging a three-run home run in his first start in the majors. The 19-year-old has had a transcendent minor league season; Soto slashed .362/.462/.757 in 39 games across three levels. He bashed 14 home runs, drove home a staggering 52 runs, and tallied more walks (29) than strikeouts (28) during that span. Injuries to Adam Eaton and Howie Kendrick, along with fellow highly touted prospect Victor Robles, allowed Soto to zoom to the bigs. If he continues to rake, it will be awfully difficult to send him back to the minors.

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Jesse Siegel
Siegel covers college football, college basketball and minor league baseball for RotoWire. He was named College Sports Writer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.
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