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San Diego Padres
By Bill Center
By Bill Center
Austin Allen has hit at every stop he’s played thus far in the Padres system.
Last season, the 6-foot-4, 225-pound, left-handed hitting catcher batted .283 for Advanced Single-A Lake Elsinore. He set career-highs almost across the board, finishing with 31 doubles, a triple and 22 homers for 81 RBIs in 121 games and 515 plate appearances.
He also drew 44 walks and had a .353 on-base percentage and a .497 slugging percentage for a .849 OPS.
Allen’s production has made him a Padres’ top-30 prospect each of the past two seasons by the MLB Pipeline. This season, he’s ranked at №29.
But Allen’s path to the Major League roster has become a bit tougher for Allen as he’s climbed steadily through the Padres system.
The Padres’ varsity catcher is just over a year older than the...
Padres No. 29 prospect Austin Allen continues to climb steadily through the Padres system. #PadresOnDeck
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