With the minor league season having concluded it is time for the end of the year awards.…
Litsch Named No. 6 Prospect in Appalachian League
The right-hander was extremely successful against left-hand batters this past season posting a .185 batting average against mark, as opposed to his .238 batting average against went facing off against right-hand hitters. Litsch also shut down opponents when they reached scoring position, allowing just ten hits in fifty-two total at bats.
As a reward for his successful season, Litsch was handed a promotion to Auburn and was part of the Doubledays staff as they entered the postseason stretch. Litsch started three games in the regular season and appeared in one game as a reliever. In 10 total innings he allowed 11 hits, and pitched to a 3.60 ERA. The youngster was still able to perform well with running in scoring position as he allowed just two hits in sixteen total plate appearances.
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