Minor League Minutes: 7/25/18

Marcus breaks down a scorching hot Marten Gasparini, who received the biggest signing bonus of any European prospect ever.

In 2015, he showed enough to leave rookie ball by hitting .259/.341/.411/.752 and was sent to Lexington in 2016 as a 19-year-old outfielder.

True to form, the Royals are growing their next great bullpen down on the farm.

After dominating both levels of A-ball in 2017, Gavin got off to a slow start in 2018, but is picking up right where he left off as of late. He’s starting to find more success in the Naturals bullpen, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him fill in for Omaha when the Royals make their September call-ups.

Last chance to catch up on the latest edition of our mid-season prospect rankings before our next edition comes out later today.

14. Daniel Lynch, LHP

DOB: 11/17/1996
B/T: 
L/L
Ht/Wt: 6’6″ 190 lbs
Levels Played, 2018: Rookie, A-
Acquired: 2018 MLB Draft
ETA: 2021
2018 Stats (A-): 2 G, 9 IP, 3.00 ERA, 1.92 FIP, 10 K/9, 2 BB/9, 39.1% GB%

Check out Joel’s 2018 MLB Draft Royals roundup.

The 2017 Padres trade has been pretty awful, writes Matthew Lamar at Royals Review.

Since the Kansas City Royals are so bad (as in, on pace for 110+ losses bad), it takes quite an event to make a writer hate-write an article at 11:13pm but, well, here we are.

Elier Hernandez made his AAA debut for Omaha, writes Minda Haas Kuhlmann.

Morgan Vogels of Kings of Kauffman highlights Jake Kalish’s week as he was named PCL Pitcher of the Week last week.

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