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Rays' Kameron Misner: Traded to Tampa Bay
Misner was acquired by the Rays from the Marlins on Tuesday in exchange for infielder Joey Wendle, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Misner was drafted 35th overall by Miami in 2019, and he was able to make his way to the Double-A level late last season. He was one of the organization's top prospects and spent most of the 2021 campaign at High-A, where he hit .244/.350/.424 with 11 homers, 22 doubles, 56 RBI, 58 runs and 23 stolen bases in 88 games.... See More ... See Less
Marlins' Kameron Misner: Bumped up to Double-A
The Marlins promoted Misner from High-A Beloit to Double-A Pensacola on Wednesday. He'll serve as the Blue Wahoos' designated hitter and bat leadoff in his Double-A debut against Mississippi.
Misner received the promotion after slashing .244/.350/.424 with 11 home runs and a 23-for-25 success rate on stolen-base attempts. The 23-year-old's toolsy skill set is enticing for fantasy purposes, but he'll likely need to pare down the 29.8 percent strikeout rate he posted at High-A if he's to find consistent success at the plate against higher-level pitching.... See More ... See Less
Marlins' Kameron Misner: Invited to big-league camp
Misner will join the Marlins' major-league spring training later this month.
Misner hit a solid .270/.388/.362 in his first 42 games as a professional in 2019 after being selected 35th overall in the draft. The canceled minor-league season last year meant he didn't get the chance to follow that up, however, so he'll likely need some time in the upper minors before pushing for his big-league debut.... See More ... See Less
Marlins' Kameron Misner: Joins full-season affiliate
The Marlins promoted Misner from their rookie-level Gulf Coast League affiliate to Low-A Clinton on Monday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
The No. 35 overall pick in June's first-year player draft, Misner was never expected to stick around in rookie ball for long, given his status as a polished college outfielder. He'll make the jump to the Midwest League after posting a .421 on-base percentage to go with a 3-for-3 success rate on stolen-base attempts during his first eight games in the professional ranks.... See More ... See Less
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