With the MLB regular season approaching its end, each of the MLB Pack Pros are making significant contributions to their respective teams’ playoff races.
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Carlos Rodόn and Trea Turner continue to impress as their respective teams attempt to keep their playoff hopes alive while Andrew Knizner is leaving plenty to be desired from the Cardinals as he continues to work for the soon-retiring Yadier Molina’s starting spot.
Despite not being the big ticket item in the trade between the Dodgers and Nationals at the MLB’s trade deadline, Pack Pro Trea Turner is putting the league on notice with his unimaginable speed paired with smooth slides and his continued bashing of baseballs.
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.
Although it was hard to ignore Trea Turner’s picture perfect slide in the Dodgers’ matchup against the Phillies, he isn’t the only MLB Pack Pro deserving of attention for their play this August. Whether currently restricted to the IL or playing at an all-star level, each of NC State’s MLB Pack Pros has a role to serve in helping their teams reach October.
Though sidelined from a positive COVID-19 test, the Los Angeles Dodgers infield will get a significant boost from Trea Turner while battling for the tightly contested NL West.
In a hectic week for MLB Pack Pros, Trea Turner was traded from the Nationals to the Dodgers, while Carlos Rodón and Andrew Knizner continue to struggle to perform consistently.
Although many continue to struggle on the mound and at the plate, a handful of MiLB Pack Pros are starting to reverse their fortunes down the stretch.
Jose Torres and Tyler McDonough are some of the newest members of the Pack Pros family following the most recent MLB Draft. That family has made waves in recent years making a name for itself, as Torres and McDonough look to carry on that success shown by those before them.