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NC State’s newest members of the MiLB Pack Pro family are finally getting on field appearances, and they are certainly making the most of them thus far this August. Red-hot bats are the current trend for former Wolfpack players, who will hope to ride that streak all the way up to the big show.

The trio of MLB Pack Pros are off to solid starts following the All-Star Break, with Carols Rodón and Trea Turner picking up where they left off and Andrew Knizner getting more game time.

As a disgruntled fan of their division rival the Seattle Mariners, the one thing I knew I wanted to do while traveling in Florida was attend a Houston Astros spring training game. If you haven’t been following the MLB offseason, the headlines have been dominated by the Astros cheating scandal that revealed they used an elaborate sign-stealing scheme involving cameras and trash cans to alert their players of incoming pitches. This tactic was used during their 2017 World Series-winning season and through part of the 2018 season.

With the Minor League Baseball seasons coming to an end and the Major League Baseball playoffs approaching, many of the Pack pros have finished strong. However, some of the bigger prospects have struggled this season and are looking to bounce back next season. 

With the MLB season hitting the 100-game mark for each club and the All-Star break in the rearview mirror, the current MLB Pack pros are hitting stride at the minor and major league levels. Some of the 2019 MLB draftees from NC State are leaping forward as well.