No. 2 encouraging sign for the LA Angels from the San Diego Padres series: Brandon Marsh keeps developing
Brandon Marsh has been a nice player for our LA Angels in his first season with us.
He’s batting .279 and he sports a .350 on-base percentage. The best part is, that’s not even close to what his future is going to look like. He’s going to be even better.
Marsh let us peak into the future in this Padres series. He went four for six with a double and even scored a run of his own.
There are still aspects of Marsh’s game that I want to see improve, but as of right now, he’s doing real well for being in his first year. Of course I don’t want to see him strike out in each game like he did, and I’m still waiting for him to start stealing more bases. That being said, I did really like what I saw from him in this series.
I like who he is as a defensive player, and I can’t wait until we get Mike Trout back to pair those two in the outfield.
Brandon Marsh is the future of this club, and he’s already playing good baseball.