The No. 88 overall prospect hit his eighth homer of the season and went 2-for-4 on Thursday in what could be the beginning of another hot streak, as he's now 6-for-9 over his past two games. While those numbers are impressive, they shouldn't come as a shock. Tapia has hit over .300 in each of the previous four seasons and is sitting at .331 through 98 games this year.
Pitcher to watch: Sean Reid-Foley (Blue Jays' No. 2), Dunedin vs. Jupiter (6:30 p.m. ET)
Reid-Foley was recently named MLB Pipeline's No. 93 overall prospect, and a quick look at the numbers shows his worth. The 20-year-old has thrown well all season, allowing two earned runs or less in 15 of his 19 starts across two levels. Reid-Foley has taken the ball eight times since he was promoted to Class A Advanced and has gone 5-1 with a 2.03 ERA.
Clevinger knows how to win. The 25-year-old is 10-1 with a 3.17 ERA through 16 Triple-A starts this season. Clevinger got roughed up a bit in his last outing, surrendering five earned runs in as many innings, but that looks simply like an outlier in an otherwise productive season.
Danish initially struggled in his first few Triple-A appearances, but he has seemingly figured it out recently. The 21-year-old has given up one earned run in each of his past two starts, allowing 10 hits and striking out 10 in 12 combined innings.
Friday's Top 100 probables:
No. 45 Josh Hader (Brewers' No. 3), Colorado Springs vs. Nashville (Triple-A)
No. 93 Sean Reid-Foley (Blue Jays' No. 2), Dunedin vs. Jupiter (Class A Advanced)
More top prospect probables:
Dietrich Enns (Yankees' No. 25), Scranton/Wilkes-Barre vs. Pawtucket (Triple-A) Brian Johnson (Red Sox No. 7), Pawtucket vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (Triple-A) Kendry Flores (Marlins' No. 15), New Orleans vs. Iowa (Triple-A) Mike Mayers (Cardinals' No. 30), Memphis vs. Oklahoma City (Triple-A)
Harrison Musgrave (Rockies' No. 26), Albuquerque vs. Salt Lake (Triple-A)
Brady Rodgers (Astros' No. 25), Fresno vs. Las Vegas (Triple-A) Joan Gregorio (Giants' No. 10), Sacramento vs. Reno (Triple-A)
Tyler Eppler (Pirates' No. 27), Altoona vs. Trenton (Double-A)
David Hess (Orioles' No. 25), Bowie vs Akron (Double-A)
Ryan Yarbrough (Mariners' No. 13), Jackson vs. Jacksonville (Double-A)
Tyler Beede (Giants' No. 3), Richmond vs. New Hampshire (Double-A)
Felix Jorge (Twins' No. 23), Chattanooga vs. Tennessee (Double-A)
Lucas Sims (Braves' No. 15), Mississippi vs. Birmingham (Double-A) Josh Taylor (D-backs' No. 26), Mobile vs. Biloxi (Double-A)
Brandon Woodruff (Brewers' No. 22), Biloxi vs. Mobile (Double-A)
Jake Junis (Royals' No. 10), Northwest Arkansas vs. Springfield (Double-A) Marcos Diplan (Brewers' No. 9), Brevard County vs. Charlotte (Class A Advanced)
Foster Griffin (Royals' No. 16), Wilmington vs. Frederick (Class A Advanced)
Jeremy Rhoades (Angels' No. 23), Inland Empire vs. Lake Elsinore (Class A Advanced)
Devin Williams (Brewers' No. 15), Wisconsin vs. Clinton (Class A)
Genesis Cabrera (Rays' No. 22), Bowling Green vs. Lansing (Class A)
Freicer Perez (Yankees' No. 30), Staten Island vs. Hudson Valley (Class A Short Season)
Aaron Civale (Indians' No. 20), Mahoning Valley vs. Aberdeen (Class A Short Season)
Luis Escobar (Pirates' No. 21), West Virginia vs. Auburn (Class A Short Season)
Adonis Medina (Phillies' No. 17), Williamsport vs. State College (Class A Short Season)
Tyler Mark (D-backs' No. 25), Hillsboro vs. Salem-Keizer (Class A Short Season)
Patrick Murphy (Blue Jays' No. 17), Vancouver vs. Tri-City (Class A Short Season)
Eric Lauer (Padres' No. 8), Tri-City vs. Vancouver (Class A Short Season)
Alec Hansen (White Sox No. 11), Great Falls vs. Billings (Rookie)
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