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Stryker Trahan. There’s a few reasons you should remember that name (besides the fact that it’s a great name).
For starters, he’s apparently made of bricks. The 18-year-old Diamondbacks prospect is still a few years from the Bigs, but when he gets there, we hope he’s still laying out opposing baserunners like he did in a recent Louisiana high school game.
Trahan is 6-1, 215, and the kid he hit-sticked was only 5-10, 205 (major leaguers tend to be a bit bulkier), so he will have to add some mass before pulling this stunt on notable locomotives Bryce Harper (6-3, 225) or Mike Trout (a less-imposing 6-1, 200, but with the type of speed that turns him into a homing missile as he rounds third).
Regardless, Trahan’s trucking inspired one teammate to reportedly yell, ”That’s what happens when you hit a brick wall!” Annoying dugout kid is right: the dude is a brick wall.
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