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.
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.
14. Daniel Lynch, LHP
Ht/Wt: 6’6″ 190 lbs
Levels Played, 2018: Rookie, A-
Acquired: 2018 MLB Draft
2018 Stats (A-): 2 G, 9 IP, 3.00 ERA, 1.92 FIP, 10 K/9, 2 BB/9, 39.1% GB%
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.