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Reggie Lawson


San Diego Padres 2020 Top 50 Prospects

26. Reggie Lawson, RHP (‘19 Midseason Rank – 37)
Age: 22
2019 Highest Level: AA
2019 Stats: 5.20 ERA, 1.48 WHIP, 36 K,13 BB, 27.2 IP
Injuries have derailed the 2016 draftee, but his stuff still remains. A lost year in 2019 means that he will come with a lot of risk, but he had a nice AFL showing so perhaps he can get healthy. If he does he has nasty stuff and middle of the rotation type of potential. Here’s to hoping for a healthy 2020. ETA: 2021


Michael (San Diego):

    Reggie Lawson: More career starts in the Don Welke Classic, or starts in MLB games?

Kyle Glaser: I do think he will make more than two starts in the major leagues, so MLB is the answer there.



While Gore and Luis Patiño understandably get the lion’s share of attention among the pitchers still awaiting their debuts, they are joined in the clubhouse by two other starters yet to make the 40-man roster who also logged time in Amarillo last year. Reggie Lawson missed much of the season with an elbow strain that was treated with PRP and stem cells, but finished strong in instructs and a brief Arizona Fall League stint. While he’s still not throwing his slider, the big righty is working in live BP and sim game situations with the rest of his repertoire. Like Gore and Patiño, he’ll be slow-played early in camp as he builds up stamina for a full year of pitching.



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