I’ve talked a lot about Bradenton Marauders outfielder Robbie Grossman this year, focusing on his increased walks, his consecutive on-base streak (currently at 39 games and counting), and his overall emergence as a potential top 10 prospect this year. We’re not the only ones who have noticed Grossman’s solid all around season.
Grossman is having an impressive season. He’s been at the top of the FSL in on-base percentage, thanks to his enormous walk totals. He’s scored over 100 runs, and is on pace to be the first minor leaguer to score 100 and walk 100 times since Nick Swisher in 2004. He currently has a 39 game on-base streak, and had a 37 game on-base streak before that. The two streaks were broken up by one game, meaning Grossman has reached base safely in 76 of his last 77 games.
On the season, Grossman is hitting for a .291/.421/.433 line in 430 at-bats, with ten homers, 27 doubles, and 24 stolen bases in 33 attempts. Since the FSL All-Star break, Grossman has hit for a .312/.452/.508 line in 189 at-bats, with seven of his ten homers.
Check out the links above for Robbie’s MVP campaign. Tomorrow we will post our updated top 10 prospect lists, and there’s a good chance that Grossman could end up in the second half of those rankings.