Rockies' Forrest Wall: Not just a great name
Wall, 20, is batting .393/.414/.571 with one home run, eight RBI and one steal through six games with High-A Modesto.
Wall often gets lost in the shuffle among the likes of Trevor Story, David Dahl and Ryan McMahon. However, he hit .286/.366/.439 with seven home runs, 47 RBI and 25 steals in 2015, mostly at Low-A. He should be able to take full advantage of the friendly hitting confines of the California League this season.
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