Future Watch: Trent Clark Rookie Baseball Cards, BrewersFuture Watch: Trent Clark Rookie Baseball Cards, Brewers – Trent Clark was a first round selection in the 2015 MLB Draft as the 15th overall pick by the Milwaukee Brewers. The 6‘, 205lb center fielder seemingly has the perfect intangibles to be able to roam the outfield for the “Brew Crew” for many years to come.

He hit a solid .309 in rookie ball after the draft playing for two teams in the Brewers’ organization. He swatted six triples, two homers and drove in 21. He also managed to swipe 25 bases and only getting thrown out eight times which is decent for a developing player. There’s a lot to work with here.

The Texas native was drafted out of Richland High School. Two other players were drafted from that school but he could be the first to make it to the big leagues.

This lefty has that advantage of getting out of the box quickly. Team USA saw that and made sure he was a part of their team as well. At the rate he’s going, many expect this youngster to end up in Wisconsin faster than many young prospects.

Clark’s first MLB licensed autographed baseball card debuted with the release of 2015 Bowman Draft Baseball, card number BCA-TC.

Here’s Clark at the Perfect Game All-American Classic:

Here he is being interviewed at the Brewers game:

According to his MLB.com draft profile:

“Clark reinforced his reputation as one of the best prep hitters available with his performance at the 18-and-under Pan American Championship in Mexico last September, leading Team USA to a gold medal by topping the team in nearly every offensive category. ETA 2019”

He has that knack of fouling off pitches. Collectors will like the numbers he will fill in on the back of his trading card.

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