Indians on the board quick in the top of the first at Vancouver. RBI singles from Zac Veen and Grant Lavigne give Spokane a 2-0 lead heading to the bottom of the first. Mike Ruff on the hill for Spokane.
Grant Lavigne, first baseman for the @spokaneindians (and #21 prospect for the @Rockies) launches one over the right-field fence, capping a five-run inning for the Indians, who lead it 8-2 over the @EverettAquaSox in the 8th
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Risers and fallers for Rockies prospects:
In fact, going back to 2012, Rockies minor leaguers with a BB%>9, K%<25, 20 years old or younger at A ball:
Right now there are 4, and Guerrero isn’t far off.
Grant Lavigne is slashing .316/.435/.961 with 1 HR and 4 RBI. Yes this is a small sample size but is important because his time with Spokane last year was rough.... .225/.362/.704 with 2 HR.
A great start to the 2022 campaign.
Colorado Rockies prospects: No. 22, Grant Lavigne
The first baseman sits behind Michael Toglia on the first base hierarchy, and will likely have to wait for Toglia’s promotion before his own https://t.co/kbLd1qh9xs