Connor is putting up some pretty crazy numbers in high A ball Rancho Cucamonga.
In 12 games, he has hit 8 home runs, and has an OPS of 1.442.
A report I saw earlier had him rated as the Dodgers’ overall 20th best prospect. When they drafted him last year, the Dodger organization compared him to Austin Barnes, their current backup catcher, because of his versatility and ability to play just about any position. Connor was a legitimate 5 tool player at UH, and, so far, he is showing that he can keep it going.