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May 25, 2024 0 0 0 0
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A broad-shouldered, athletic 6-foot-3, 225-pound outfielder who the Rockies selected 38th overall in 2022, Jordan Beck dominated as an older hitter with a hitter-friendly home park at High-A Spokane. He slashed .292/.378/.566 with 20 home runs, 11 steals and a 20.8 percent strikeout rate in 76 games before getting promoted to Double-A. Predictably, Beck's production fell off in a more age-appropriate league, slashing .240/.342/.406 with five home runs, nine steals and a 31.8 percent strikeout rate in 50 games at Double-A. He swings and misses too much in the zone, taking big hacks with an aim to do damage on contact. Beck will need to cut his strikeout rate in a return to Double-A, and if he can do that, there's a chance he can make it as a Jack Suwinski/James Outman type of power/speed outfielder whose batting average is his biggest weakness.

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2024 271.2 4 2 8 1 2 .190
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Resuming baseball activity

    Beck (hand) is flying back to Arizona on Sunday to begin full baseball activity, MLB.com reports. Beck had been with the team to be evaluated since Tuesday. He hit in the cage and did defensive drills, though none of his activity came at full intensity. Beck will increase his reps upon his return to Arizona, and he remains on track to return at some point around the All-Star break.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Set to be evaluated

    Beck (hand) is flying to Denver on Tuesday or Wednesday to be evaluated by team doctors, MLB.com reports. Beck has shed the cast on his hand and has resumed baseball activities, so the visit is presumably to determine the next steps in his recovery. He'll likely need a rehab assignment, which could be on the horizon if things check out well.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Timeline pushed back

    The Rockies have adjusted Beck's recovery timeline for his surgically repaired left hand from 4-to-6 weeks to 6-to-8 weeks, MLB.com reports. Beck underwent surgery May 29 to insert a plate into his fractured left hand, so based on the updated timeline, he appears likely to remain sidelined through the All-Star break. Nolan Jones has since beaten him back from the IL, so Beck may not have an everyday role in the Colorado outfield waiting for him once he's activated and could be optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Facing 4-to-6-week timeline

    Rockies manager Bud Black recently said that Beck is expected to require 4-to-6 weeks of recovery time after undergoing surgery May 29 to insert a plate into his broken left hand, MLB.com reports. Beck sustained the injury when he made a diving grab in the outfield in a May 25 game against the Phillies. The rookie has yet to resume baseball activities, though he could be cleared to do so in the next week or two if the shorter end of his recovery timeline proves to be accurate. Beck will eventually require a minor-league rehab assignment before he's reinstated from the 10-day injured list.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Slated to undergo surgery

    Beck is scheduled to undergo surgery on his left hand Wednesday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Beck suffered a broken fourth metacarpal in his left hand Saturday, and he will need to go under the knife to repair the fracture. A return timetable has not been offered up by the team, but Beck is expected to miss extended time as a result of the injury. While his big-league career hasn't gotten off to a great start, Beck has positioned himself among the team's top prospects with his performance at the upper levels of the minors. He should get another long look when healthy.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Diagnosed with fractured hand

    Beck has been diagnosed with a fractured left hand, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports. Beck made a terrific diving catch in left field to rob Nick Castellanos of a hit in the first inning of Saturday's loss to the Phillies, but he suffered a significant injury on the play. It's not clear at this point whether he will need surgery or how long he might be sidelined, but certainly Beck is headed to the injured list. Beck has slashed just .190/.198/.316 with a 30:1 K:BB in his first 23 games with the Rockies.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Chance to keep playing time

    Beck went 0-for-4 with a stolen base Tuesday against the Athletics. Beck has been a regular starter since being promoted April 30, though it appeared that his playing time would be squeezed with the returns of Kris Bryant and Nolan Jones (back/knee). However, Jones suffered a setback on his rehab assignment and Sean Bouchard was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque to make room for Bryant to be activated. That keeps the door open for Beck to maintain regular playing time, though he has just a .212/.212/.348 line across his first 66 plate appearances in the majors.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Nabs steal in win

    Beck went 1-for-3 with a stolen base in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Rangers. Beck has received steady playing time while Nolan Jones (back) is on the injured list. It hasn't translated to much success yet -- Beck is batting .179 with 17 strikeouts and no walks over his first 39 major-league plate appearances. His steal Sunday was the first of his career. The 23-year-old outfielder still has power upside, but he'll need to start making contact more consistently before that upside can turn into results.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Likely to join big club

    The Rockies are expected to promote Beck from Triple-A Albuquerque ahead of Tuesday's game in Miami, Luke Zahlmann of The Denver Gazette reports. The 23-year-old is likely to join the big club as a replacement on the 26-man active roster for outfielder Nolan Jones, who is expected to be placed on the 10-day injured list after he experienced a recurrence of back stiffness in Sunday's loss to the Astros. Beck will presumably take on an everyday role in his first taste of the big leagues, as he's regarded as one of the Rockies' top prospects and won't be promoted just to serve as a depth player. He had gotten off to a hot start to the season at Albuquerque, slashing .307/.405/.594 over 121 plate appearances while slugging five home runs and going 5-for-5 on stolen-base attempts.
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  • Rockies' Jordan Beck: Ready for Double-A

    Beck has been promoted from High-A Spokane to Double-A Hartford. This was a necessary promotion for Beck, who was too old (22) and talented to be playing at High-A anymore. He slashed .292/.378/.566 with 20 home runs and 11 steals in 76 games for Spokane. Beck posted a solid 20.8 percent strikeout rate at High-A but has struck out five times in his first nine plate appearances for the Yard Goats.
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