After a pedestrian April, when he hit just .250 with three extra-base hits for Double-A Binghamton, the 23-year-old [Kevin Plawecki] has been on a tear since the calendar turned to May, hitting .352 with a .946 OPS. His totals for the season stood at .326 with six homers and 41 RBIs heading into Friday.
Plawecki has caught the eye of an American League scout, who called him a “future All-Star” and “the best catcher in the organization.”
“He can hit, catch, throw,” the scout said. “His mechanical flaws are easily correctable. From level to level, he needs to get [locked] in with his arm action and the arm path, and once he gets that locked down, he’s going to have a better-than-average arm.”
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