Twins' Zach Granite: Hitting over .300 with speed to burn at Double-A
Granite, 23, is batting .308/.363/.401 with four home runs, 28 RBI and 32 steals through 75 games for Double-A Chattanooga.
Granite is a contact hitter with above-average wheels. He has an impressive 28:26 K:BB in 2016. He has already set career highs in both home runs and steals. It remains to be seen if he can hit .300 for the long haul, though he could be forcing the Twins to at least take a look at including him in their future plans.
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