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Player Outlook
A high-energy player with experience at virtually every position, including pitcher, Cole Carrigg has plus speed, a double-plus arm and a potentially above-average hit tool. The Rockies gave him an over-slot $1.3 million bonus after taking him out of San Diego State with the 65th overall pick. He played 15 games in center field, 10 games at shortstop and seven games at catcher while climbing from rookie ball to Single-A. He hit .329 with one home run and 15 steals while striking out at an 18.1 percent clip in 41 games with a wood bat on the Cape in 2022 and slashed .303/.357/.458 with two home runs and 17 steals in 42 games for SDSU last spring. Given his bat speed and 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame, there was a chance he could get to more power, and Carrigg delivered in his pro debut. He slashed .350/.408/.600 with five home runs, 10 doubles and five triples while also swiping 13 bases in 36 games, albeit in hitter-friendly conditions while being old for his levels. Carrigg's athleticism and potential to qualify at catcher while also playing other up-the-middle positions makes him an intriguing mid-round target in first-year player drafts.

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