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Minor-league report: Cardinals prospect Masyn Winn steals two bases in fall league

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SpringfieldÕs Masyn Winn makes contact with the ball during a baseball game on Thursday, June 2, 2022 at Hammons Field in Springfield, Mo. Paul Halfacre, St. Louis Post Dispatch

Serving as the Salt River Rafters’ leadoff hitter on Friday night and playing in his natural shortstop spot, Cardinals prospect Masyn Winn was active on the base paths against Peoria.

Winn, who walked and went one-for-three in Salt River’s 6-4 loss, stole second base in the first inning and once again in the sixth. The multi-steal game was Winn’s ninth of 2022. The 20-year-old has three such performances with Class High-A Peoria and four with Class AA Springfield.

Along with Winn’s two-steal game, these are some of the other performances from Cardinals prospects during Friday’s Arizona Fall League action:

Shortstop Masyn Winn: By reaching base safely twice on Friday, Winn improved his on-base percentage to .519 in his first eight games with Salt River. He is batting .278 (five-for-18) with one RBI and no extra-base hits.

Left fielder Jordan Walker: Walker’s start in left field marked his first there since the start of the fall league. He didn’t commit an error on the three fly balls hit to him. At the plate, Walker went zero-for-two with a walk and was hit by a pitch. Through seven games, Walker is batting .261 with a .901 OPS, two home runs, and six RBIs.

Catcher Pedro Pages: With the bases loaded and one out in the first inning, the right-handed hitting Pages laced a two-run double to the right field corner giving Salt River its first two runs of the ballgame. Pages, who hit .227 with a .693 OPS in 86 games spent with Springfield and Class AAA Memphis, is for-for-14 with two doubles, one home run, and four RBIs in five Arizona Fall League games.

Behind the plate, Pages threw out one of the two stolen base attempts against him.

Centerfielder Mike Antico: Making his third start in the AFL, Antico went one-for-three. He entered Friday with just one hit in his first 12 at-bats since arriving in Arizona. Antico, who stole 67 bases during a 2022 season spent with both Springfield and Peoria, is one-for-two on base-stealing attempts since the start of the fall league.

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