Nimmo (pictured) is hitting .182/.370/.327 with two doubles, two homers and 15 walks against 14 strikeouts in his 16 games. Four of his 10 hits have gone for extra-bases. Both homers came in the last five games so perhaps he is learning already which pitches to pick and drive. Again, that's two more home runs than Ike Davis hit for Brooklyn in 2008.
Sabol, the Mets 17th round pick this year, is off to a big start. He's hit safely in 10 straight games and is up to .360/.492/.540 with six doubles and a homer with 10 walks against seven strikeouts. I've got an interview with Sabol that I need to transcribe, but he's an interesting story and just 20 years old.
The Twins, who do not have a team at the level of the New York-Penn League, are always an Appalachian League juggernaut.
SS Gavin Cecchini who had two hits Wednesday, is like the anti-Nimmo in the sense that 12 of his 14 hits have been singles. The 2012 first round pick is hitting .275/.315/.333.