Wall was traded to Toronto alongside Chad Spanberger and a player to be named later in exchange for Seung Hwan Oh on Wednesday.
Across 93 games at the High- and Double-A levels within the Rockies' system this season, Wall slashed .260/.340/.410 with nine home runs, 31 RBI and 28 stolen bases. The speedy 22-year-old has spent most of 2018 continuing to transition to a role in center field after beginning his career as a second baseman. Since being promoted to Double-A Hartford in late May, he's hit for a .206 average with a .648 OPS, so look for Toronto to keep him at that level upon his arrival.
Wall went 2-for-5 with two runs, two strikeouts and one stolen base Thursday in his first game in almost a year for High-A Lancaster against Modesto.
He missed most of 2017 with a dislocated shoulder and returned to High-A -- a level where he has now played 145 games. Wall will likely have to wait things out at Lancaster until Brendan Rodgers or Garrett Hampson gets promoted from Double-A to Triple-A, as there is a bit of an organizational logjam at second base right now. Considering he has so much experience at High-A, is 22 and will get to play half his games in the extreme hitter's park in Lancaster, Wall should have no problem posting impressive numbers for as long as he calls the California League home.
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