Washington Nationals – 2017 UTR Organizational All-Stars

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Top Lineup – Levels
C – Taylor Gushue – S/R – HiA Potomac/AA Harrisburg
1B – Aldrem Corredor – L/L – LoA Hagerstown
2B – Jake Noll – R/R – LoA Hagerstown/HiA Potomac
3B – Anderson Franco – R/R – LoA Hagerstown
SS – Carter Kieboom – R/R – GCL/SS Auburn/LoA Hagerstown
LF – Telmito Agustin – L/L – LoA Hagerstown/HiA Potomac
CF – Daniel Johnson – L/L – LoA Hagerstown/HiA Potomac
RF – Juan Soto – L/L – GCL/LoA Hagerstown
 
 
Top 5 Starting Pitchers – (Factor Score) / Highest Level Attained
 
 1. RHP Sterling Sharp – (19) / HiA Potomac
2. RHP Luis Reyes – (16) / HiA Potomac
3. LHP Alfonso Hernandez – (10) / DSL Nationals
4. RHP Matthew Derosier – (9) / LoA Hagerstown   “Legit UTR”
5. LHP Jairon Peguero – (9) / GCL Nationals 
 
 
Top 3 Relief Pitchers – (Factor Score) / Highest Level Attained
 
1. RHP Tommy Peterson – (7) / HiA Potomac   “Legit UTR”
2. LHP Hayden Howard – (7) / LoA Hagerstown
3. LHP Jordan Mills – (5) / HiA Potomac
**Mills spent 3 seasons in the Astros organization before being released prior to the 2016 season. He then went on to pitch in the Independent League (Can-Am) in 2016. The Nationals signed the 25-year old on January 2017 and he went on to pitch well over two levels.
 
 
Mid-Season Trade Impacts: The Nationals traded away their top 2 UTR-OAS at the 2017 trade deadline. McKenzie Mills (25) was sent up the road to Philadelphia for Howie Kendrick and 2017 UTR “One To Watch” Tyler Watson (16) was shipped to Minnesota in the Brandon Kintzler deal.

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2 Responses to Washington Nationals – 2017 UTR Organizational All-Stars

  1. Hey, thanks for your great site. Maybe I missed this, but what goes into the ‘Factor Score?’

    • Hey Jonathan,
      Thanks for the message and thank you for enjoying the website. I’ll send this message along to Jim today. He will be able to break it down in easy fashion for you.

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