Jasiah Dixon Pittsburgh Pirates

Age: 18 (August 31, 2001) | 6' 0" | 180lbs. | Bats: Right OF-22
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
PIT R 2019 22 73 12 24 10 11 5 1 0 7 8 3 .329 .417 .425 12 13 .387 n/a
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Thanks much, Alex. If the league played for money you would be compensated, but it doesnt. 

carter carter GypsySoul

2. Trevor McDonald, RHP, Giants (Round 11)

3. Carter Bins, C, Mariners (11)

4. Bryce Ball, 1B, Braves (24)

5. Jeff Belge, LHP, Dodgers (32)

6. Nelson Alvarez, RHP, Yankees (13)

7. Greg Velez, RHP, Angels (15)

8. Andre Nnebe, OF, Brewers (28)

9. Charles Redmond, 2B, Cardinals (32)

10. Deion Walker, OF, Pirates (35)

11. Damon Gladney, 3B, White Sox (16)

12. Dustin Harris, 1B/3B, Athletics (11)

Alex Patton Alex

thanks a lot, Alex, great for my dynasty league picks. If you have a chance would love to know who the other guys not listed here in their top 5.

carter carter GypsySoul
Jan 13

No. 1 on BA's list of Late-Round Picks in the Class of 2019 to Keep An Eye on.

As we see, he had a very impressive debut in the Gulf Coast League. BB and SO percents especially noteworthy.

"Dixon was seen frequently by Southern California area scouts throughout his amateur career because he was a four-year starter on SoCal powerhouse Orange (Calif.) Lutheran High. He ranked as the No. 177 prospect on the BA top 500 ranking and was seen as a high-upside righthanded hitter who figured to be drafted inside the top 10 rounds."

So why did he fall to Round 23?

"... scouts wondered about his natural timing and future hitting ability."  

Alex Patton Alex
Jan 13