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Daily Prospect Profile: Adalberto Santos

Daily Prospect Profile: Adalberto Santos

Santos has a .310 average this year.

When Adalberto Santos made his debut last year, putting up a strong .319/.406/.479 line in 238 at-bats, it came with the disclaimer that he was a college senior, making the jump to a league that he should dominate as a college senior.  However, this year he has moved up to high-A, and has been impressive, putting up a very similar .310/.390/.462 line in 197 at-bats.  That's more impressive when you consider that he hit for a .241/.323/.328 line in the month of May.

Part of the reason his numbers have been so great is due to the strong June and July that Santos has put up.  Since the start of June, he's hit for a .344/.432/.559 line in 93 at-bats.  He's also displayed some nice speed, with five triples in that time span, and nine of his 16 stolen b...

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