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Player Outlook
He may not have any plus tools, but Tommy Troy is at least average in all facets of the game and has been a consistent performer from the Cape Cod League, to Stanford, to his pro debut. The No. 12 overall pick had a .917 OPS with a 17.3 percent strikeout rate with a wood bat on the Cape in 2022 and slashed .394/.478/.699 with 17 home runs and 17 steals (on 20 attempts) in 58 games as a junior. Troy was as advertised in his debut, slashing .271/.374/.469 with four home runs and nine steals on nine attempts in 27 games across rookie ball and High-A. Defensively, Troy profiles best at the keystone, but he could also be deployed at multiple positions depending on Arizona's need. He had surgery in September to remove bone fragments from his left foot but is expected to be ready for the season. Troy is a hard worker who has steadily improved every year. He should head to the hitter-friendly park at Double-A Amarillo for a good chunk of the year before potentially moving up to Triple-A, setting up a 2025 big-league debut.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Troy: Out with hamstring strain

    Troy will miss 4-to-6 weeks at High-A Hillsboro with a left hamstring strain, Jesse Friedman of reports. Lauded as one of the best prospects in Arizona's farm system, Troy has slashed .184/.231/.286 across 52 plate appearances in High-A to begin the season. If the 22-year-old infielder is able to bounce back at the plate once he returns from his injury in late May or early June, he could earn a promotion to Double-A Amarillo by the end of the season.
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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Troy: Will get look early in camp

    Arizona manager Torey Lovullo said Thursday that he's eager to see Troy (foot) against major-league pitching early in camp, Steve Gilbert of reports. Lovullo discussed what's piquing his interest during Cactus League play and mentioned bringing prospects over from minor-league camp, including Troy and Druw Jones, to get at-bats and innings. While Troy's injury was not mentioned, that the manager was talking about him playing suggests last year's first-round pick is healthy and ready to go for spring ball. At the time of his September foot surgery, the expectation was that he'd have a full offseason to prepare for spring training. The 22-year-old shortstop batted .271 with an .843 OPS and stole nine bases over 27 combined games between the Arizona Complex League and High-A Hillsboro.
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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Troy: Undergoes surgery

    Troy underwent surgery for a fractured foot last week, Theo Mackie of the Arizona Republic reports. Troy showed up in the dugout at Chase Field on Tuesday wearing a walking boot on his left foot. The 21-year-old shortstop, who was selected with the 12th overall pick this summer, said he originally hurt the foot in March when he was hit by a pitch but played through the injury. Troy added that stitches are set to be removed in two weeks and expects a full offseason of training. He hit .394/.478/.699 this year at Stanford, then slashed .271/.374/.469 in 27 games between the Arizona Complex League and High-A Hillsboro.
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