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Sal Stewart is one of the best pure hitters who hasn't reached Double-A yet. Known as a bat-first third baseman who may move to first base entering the 2022 draft, Stewart showed enough defensive chops in his full-season debut that he may be able to stick at the hot corner long term. He had more walks than strikeouts at Single-A and an equal share (13.7 percent) of walks and strikeouts as a 19-year-old at High-A. Stewart won't sell out for power - his pull% was below 42 percent at both stops - but at 6-foot-3, 215 pounds and with the potential to call Great American Ball Park home, it's conceivable he gets to 25-plus homer power by his mid-20s. Given how safe his hit tool appears, Stewart could break out as a power hitter at any point, and he already appears on track to hit enough to play every day.

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  • Reds' Sal Stewart: Jumps up to High-A

    The Reds promoted Stewart from Single-A Daytona to High-A Dayton on Aug. 8. The 19-year-old third baseman earned the bump on to Dayton after showing some decent pop (10 home runs and 19 doubles) and exceptional plate discipline (66 walks against 59 strikeouts) over his 387 plate appearances in the Florida State League. Since joining the High-A club, Stewart is slashing .277/.386/.319 through 12 games.
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