Aaron Brown was a well regarded prospect even before he became a pro. He was drafted in the 17th Round of the 2011 draft by the Pirates, and then in the 30th round in 2013 by the Indians. In 2014 the Phillies drafted him in the 3rd Round out of Pepperdine and he signed.
Brown was rated one of the Phillies Top 10 prospects after the 2014 season, and in 2015 at High-A hit a career high 11 HR. He still strikes out a lot, but the fact that he is hitting with more power may help balance that out.
|2014||22||0.9||2 Teams||2 Lgs||A–A||PHI||61||235||63||13||4||21||8||5||7||60||.268||.310||.383||.693|
|Minors (2 seasons)||Minors||171||624||163||30||15||68||18||13||34||148||.261||.319||.397||.716|
|All Levels (2 Seasons)||184||664||171||33||16||72||20||14||38||158||.258||.316||.395||.711|