Robbie Grossman is getting a lot of attention in the Arizona Fall League, and for good reason. The Pittsburgh Pirates' outfield prospect went 2-for-4 today along with two walks. It was the fifth multi-hit game in a row or Grossman, and the fifth game in a row with at least one walk. On the season, Grossman has a .375/.462/.643 line in 56 at-bats.
When asked in the comments section whether Grossman would hit with enough power to be a starter, Keith Law had the following response:
I think he's going to hit enough overall, including getting on base, to be a starter. One of the most exciting players out here.
It's great to see Grossman hitting, but I don't think any questions will be answered for sure until he makes the jump to the AA level. The biggest test for hitters is that jump f...
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