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BRAD GLENN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Brad Glenn called up by Toronto Blue Jays

It was only earlier today that Baseball Hot Corner pointed out how well Brad Glenn was performing at Triple A. Hours later and Glenn himself has been promoted to the major leagues to provide some power from the designated hitter position. In light of the recent hamstring strain to Jose Bautista and head injury to Edwin Encarnacion, the starting line up suddenly looks a little...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Brad Glenn impressing at Triple A

  In most minor-league systems, there are two types of player: “prospect” and “organization filler”. Your typical prospect would be a draft pick selected in the top ten rounds, namely a Mike Trout, or a David Price. An “organization filler” however, is a guy selected in the latter rounds of the draft, whose prime purpose is to provide live competition to the prospects...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Fisher Cats Come Alive Late, Stun Aeros in Ninth

Manchester, NH—New Hampshire right fielder Brad Glenn emerged as the hero Wednesday night when he laced a run-scoring single to complete an improbable, five-run, ninth-inning comeback for the Fisher Cats in a 9-8 victory over the Akron Aeros at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.The Aeros (32-33) led 8-4, going to the home ninth inning, but the Fisher Cats sent nine batters to...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
June 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Glenn On Fire After Return From DL

MANCHESTER, NH - Since returning from the DL in late June, first-year New Hampshire Fisher Cats outfielder Brad Glenn has been on a tear, hitting .333 this month so far and clubbing as many home runs [seven] as he did the two and half months prior, as well as earning Eastern League Player of the Week honors last week.
Via bluejays.scout.com
July 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Scouting Blue Jays Prospect #43: Brad Glenn

The Toronto Blue Jays selected outfielder Brad Glenn in the 23rd round of the 2009 MLB Draft out of the University of Arizona. Known for possessing great power, he not only put that to the test in the pitching-friendly Florida State league in 2011 but passed it with flying colors by leading the league in home runs.
Via bluejays.scout.com
January 11, 2012  |  Discuss
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