Bryson Stott is a baseball personality in America. He is a professional baseball shortstop and third baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Stott is the Phillies’ No. 2 prospect, and he ranks among the Top-100 MLB Prospects according to multiple reliable sources, including MLB.com.
Stott, the Phillies’ first-round pick in the 2019 June Amateur Draft, has risen quickly in the organization’s farm system, despite the fact that he will not play in the minors in 2020.
He hit.299/.390/.486 with a.876 OPS, 26 doubles, two triples, 16 home runs, 71 runs scored, and 49 driven in over 112 games in 2021, advancing from High-A to Double-A, then Triple-A. In stolen base attempts, he went 10-for-14.
In the Arizona Fall League, Stott maintained his dominance. Over 26 games, he slugged a.934 OPS, seven doubles, a triple, two home runs, 20 runs scored, and 31 RBI, he hit 318/.445/.489 with a.934 OPS.
He walked 24 batters while striking out 14 and stole five bases.
Stott was promoted to the Phillies’ Opening Day roster for the 2022 season after impressing manager Joe Girardi throughout spring training.
On April 8, 2022, he made his major league debut, hitting a single, double, and driving in a run in the Phillies’ 9–5 victory over the Oakland Athletics.
Bryson Stott Parents: Who Are Bryson Stott Parents?
24-year-old Bryson Stott was born to Derek Stott and Shana Stott. His parents attended the University of Las Vegas, where his father played quarterback for the school’s football team.