In his second season of pro ball (2016/4 rnd), Krieger cemented himself as one of the better middle infield prospects in the Indians system. He started the season in Low-A Lake County, and hit .313/.385/.427. He was promoted, and more then held his own in High-A (.282/.369/.405). I am thinking that he will spend the majority of 2017 in AA, and if he performs well there, a late-2018 trip to the big leagues is not out of the question.
Kreiger is one of those guys that, ridiculously, wont signed sweet spot cards. So I sent a half dozen of these pictures out to get signed…and I think I ended up getting three back from people who were able to get some knocked out.
|2016||22||0.0||2 Teams||2 Lgs||A-A+||CLE||128||556||482||84||144||5||58||21||15||57||118||.299||.377||.417||.794|
|All Levels (1 Season)||128||556||482||84||144||5||58||21||15||57||118||.299||.377||.417||.794|