Future Watch: Trevor Larnach Rookie Baseball Cards, Twins

Future Watch: Trevor Larnach Rookie Baseball Cards, Twins – Trevor Larnach was selected by the Minnesota Twins with the 20th overall pick in the 2018 MLB Amateur Draft.

This right fielder was originally drafted by the San Diego Padres but decided to attend Oregon State University instead. His list of stats from the 2017 season is staggering. He did have a multi-homer game, a game where he went 4-4 and four games with four RBI and one with five!

At 6-4, 210 pounds, this California native seems to have the stuff. The fact that he is of Hawaiian descent is another interesting footnote for his baseball card.

According to his MLB.com Prospect Profile:

Larnach had shown an advanced approach at the plate and the ability to hit for average as a sophomore and in the Cape Cod League but took a huge step forward as a prospect when he added power to his resume thanks to some tweaks to his swing mechanics. The added power hasn’t taken anything away from him potentially being a plus hitter, one who draws walks and doesn’t strike out a ton, when all is said and done. Larnach’s above-average arm works well from the outfield and he looked fine in right field during his debut, though some feel his below-average speed will land him left. In the end, though, it will be his bat that will carry him quickly through the system. ETA 2021

Here is a look at his power:

 

Trevor Larnach’s already has cards in several MLB lisenced products including 2018 Bowman Chrome, 2018 Bowman’s Best, 2019 Bowman Sterling and 2019 Topps Heritage MiLB, to name a few.

Larnach is just about ready to take the next step.. He has a talented family as well. His maternal uncle, Brian Cabral, had a nice NFL career and he won a Super Bowl ring with the 1985 Chicago Bears. Now 23, he’s worth the gamble and it looks like the Twins feel the same way.

Future Watch: Trevor Larnach Rookie Baseball Cards, Twins – Stats

Register Batting
Year Age AgeDif Tm Lg Lev Aff G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB GDP HBP SH SF IBB
2016 19 -1.6 Oregon State P12 NCAA 28 59 51 2 8 1 0 0 3 0 0 7 15 .157 .271 .176 .448 9 4 1 0 0
2016 19 -1.0 Falmouth CCBL Smr 24 97 80 13 22 3 0 1 10 1 1 17 21 .275 .402 .350 .752 28 0 0 0 0
2017 20 -0.2 Oregon State P12 NCAA 60 248 198 32 60 16 0 3 48 2 1 39 53 .303 .421 .429 .850 85 12 5 1 5
2017 20 0.1 Falmouth CCBL Smr 27 118 104 13 32 9 1 1 15 0 0 11 28 .308 .390 .442 .832 46 3 0 0 0
2018 21 0.7 Oregon State P12 NCAA 68 315 256 72 89 19 1 19 77 4 2 50 66 .348 .463 .652 1.116 167 10 7 0 2
2018 21 2 Teams 2 Lgs A-Rk MIN 42 177 152 27 46 13 1 5 26 3 0 21 28 .303 .390 .500 .890 76 2 2 0 2 0
2018 21 -0.4 Cedar Rapids MIDW A MIN 24 102 91 17 27 8 1 3 10 1 0 11 17 .297 .373 .505 .878 46 1 0 0 0 0
2018 21 0.7 Elizabethton APPY Rk MIN 18 75 61 10 19 5 0 2 16 2 0 10 11 .311 .413 .492 .905 30 1 2 0 2 0
2019 22 2 Teams 2 Lgs A+-AA MIN 127 542 476 59 147 30 1 13 66 4 1 57 124 .309 .384 .458 .842 218 12 4 0 5 4
2019 22 -1.7 Pensacola SOUL AA MIN 43 181 156 26 46 4 0 7 22 0 0 22 50 .295 .387 .455 .842 71 4 2 0 1 0
2019 22 -0.4 Fort Myers FLOR A+ MIN 84 361 320 33 101 26 1 6 44 4 1 35 74 .316 .382 .459 .842 147 8 2 0 4 4
Minors (2 seasons) Minors 169 719 628 86 193 43 2 18 92 7 1 78 152 .307 .385 .468 .853 294 14 6 0 7 4
NCAA (3 seasons) NCAA 156 622 505 106 157 36 1 22 128 6 3 96 134 .311 .428 .517 .945 261 26 13 1 7
Other (2 seasons) Other 51 215 184 26 54 12 1 2 25 1 1 28 49 .293 .395 .402 .798 74 3 0 0 0
All Levels (4 Seasons) 376 1556 1317 218 404 91 4 42 245 14 5 202 335 .307 .404 .478 .881 629 40 22 1 14 4
AA (1 season) Minors 43 181 156 26 46 4 0 7 22 0 0 22 50 .295 .387 .455 .842 71 4 2 0 1 0
A+ (1 season) Minors 84 361 320 33 101 26 1 6 44 4 1 35 74 .316 .382 .459 .842 147 8 2 0 4 4
A (1 season) Minors 24 102 91 17 27 8 1 3 10 1 0 11 17 .297 .373 .505 .878 46 1 0 0 0 0
Rk (1 season) Minors 18 75 61 10 19 5 0 2 16 2 0 10 11 .311 .413 .492 .905 30 1 2 0 2 0
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 5/29/2020.

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