Double the strength of Hardman in the desert
Peoria, Arizona — Tyler Hardman will be the hottest hitter for the week Day’s Arizona Fall All-Star Game Prospect Show Circuit. Two days ago, he turned the temperature up a few times.
“First bat today, you can” There’s no more confidence than a home run,” he said. “We talk about it a lot in the dugout. Getting hit hard on your first shot will give you the rest of the day. ”
2-for-5 at fifth in the Sun Sox The standout represented Hardman’s first multi-base performance in the fall and his first performance at any venue since June 10 and High-A Hudson Valley.
“it always there,” Hardman said of his strength. “But I think Mervis would say the same – just because we had it no’ doesn’t mean we need to try to use it. It comes naturally. Simplify the game, let our athleticism take over the game, our strength is in our game . if I ; I didn’t want to do too much, it just showed up.”
Over the past five weeks, the former Suna’s pounding prowess has certainly grabbed attention in the desert, earning him Sunday’s fall in Mesa. A spot on the American League team of Star Games, if this hot streak continues, he may get more attention.
“That’s another little accolade, Shows that hard work is paying off,” Hardman said, “but obviously, we’re not going to stop there.”
- Mervis’ burst in the second inning propelled him to the top of the Fall League leaderboard with 6 home runs top of the list.
On the winning Peoria side, Guardians prospects Angels Martinez and Kang Nacox went 5-for-9 with three RBIs and two runs. Mariners outfielder Spencer Packard scored four times and didn’t retire in his five games (doubles, singles, two walks, one hit).