LaValley homered twice and had four RBI in the High-A Florida State League All-Star Game, earning MVP honors.

LaValley is repeating the High-A level despite putting up reasonable offensive numbers at Daytona last year. This year he has increased his power numbers, hitting .289/.335/.547 with 15 homers and 44 RBI in 58 games. A potential problem for LaValley is that he shares the same primary position as top prospect Nick Senzel. To that end he's been playing first base this year for Daytona.

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