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  • Cubs' Reginald Preciado: Back in action at Single-A

    Preciado (knee) has gone 1-for-8 with an RBI and a stolen base in two games since being reinstated from Single-A Myrtle Beach's 7-day injured list Thursday. Preciado last played for Myrtle Beach on June 12 before making his return to action for the affiliate nearly two and a half months later following a left knee injury. The switch-hitting 19-year-old is slashing .211/.274/.303 across 158 plate appearances on the season for Myrtle Beach.
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  • Cubs' Reginald Preciado: Rehabbing in Arizona

    Preciado (knee) has gone 4-for-20 with three walks and nine strikeouts in six games since beginning a rehab assignment Aug. 8 in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League. Assuming he hasn't experienced any setbacks with his left knee since starting up his rehab assignment, Preciado should soon be ready to return from Single-A Myrtle Beach's 7-day injured list. Prior to being shut down in mid-June with the injury, the 19-year-old infielder was hitting .216/.282/.313 in 36 games at Myrtle Beach.
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  • Cubs' Reginald Preciado: Dealing with knee injury

    Preciado was recently placed on the injured list with a knee injury, Brett Taylor of Bleacher Nation reports. Single-A Myrtle Beach added Preciado to the IL on June 15. The nature of the injury is not known, but North Side Bound posted a photograph of the infielder with a brace on his left leg.
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  • Cubs' Reginald Preciado: Showing plenty of promise

    Preciado concluded the rookie-level Arizona Complex League season with a .333/.383/.511 slash line, three homers, seven steals, 25 RBI and 28 runs in 34 games. That's quite the productive campaign, especially considering that Preciado only turned 18 in May. He couldn't quite keep up the blistering pace he started on, but he still got wood on the ball with an amazing level of consistency -- he only went hitless eight times in those 34 contests. With his 6-foot-4 frame, more power production will come, though his speed may fade as he continues developing physically. Preciado will likely start 2022 in Low-A, and if he can sustain this sort of productivity, he could find himself in the top-10 prospect conversation before too long. He's still several years off from the majors, though.
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  • Cubs' Reginald Preciado: Crushing in rookie ball

    Preciado has hit .379/.463/.534 with two homers, four steals, 10 RBI and 13 runs across his first 15 games for the rookie-level ACL Cubs. The 18-year-old's first taste of affiliated ball could hardly be going better, and his prospect star is on the rise now that his promising scouting reports have turned into promising results at the dish. Preciado doesn't play a very sharp shortstop, but he's looked fine at third base so far, and that's probably his eventual landing spot. The Panamanian is several years from the majors, but he looks like one of the most promising young players in the low minors.
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