The Braves have gotten some good performances out of their prospects to start 2022, and while we can’t mention everyone, there’s plenty of good mojo to go around:
No. 6 @Braves prospect Braden Shewmake had himself a game for the @GoStripers with a career-high four hits: https://t.co/pCIIgPZisk pic.twitter.com/uzkSR1RG9e
— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) May 11, 2022
Jared Shuster has made five starts in Mississippi in 2022:
– 29.1 Innings Pitched
– 34 Strikeouts
– 1.84 ERA
– 0.78 WHIP
– .514 OPS Allowed
– One Complete Game Shutout
— SportsTalkATL Jake (@cantguardjake) May 9, 2022
With this Walk-Off, Drew Waters is slashing *checks notes*… .538/.538/.769/1.307 since returning to Gwinnett from Injury. https://t.co/rbEXg6u8fl
— SportsTalkATL Jake (@cantguardjake) May 8, 2022
#Braves OF prospect Michael Harris II was 2-for-4 on Sunday, extending his hitting streak to 14 games.
He's batting .319 with 10 2B, 4 HR, 20 RBI, 20 runs scored and 10 stolen bases in 122 PA this season. Harris has reached base in all 27 games played for the Double-A @Mbraves. pic.twitter.com/AKfCHHzZOP
— Grant McAuley (@grantmcauley) May 9, 2022
Waters, Shuster, and Shewmake headline Atlanta’s top performers — but who else is looking good to begin 2022?
LHP Kyle Muller (AAA)
Muller had some bumpy innings in Atlanta, but the big lefty is 2-1 with a 3.16 ERA over five starts in Gwinnett.
RHP Victor Vodnik (AA)
Vodnik hasn’t allowed a run in five innings, and has also converted a save with 11 strikeouts.
Photo: David J. Griffin/Icon Sportswire
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