LF,CF,RF - SD
Trent Grisham singled twice in Sunday's Cactus League loss to the White Sox.
The two hits raised Grisham's spring training batting average to .360. He is undoubtedly starting to draw attention in fantasy circles. Early in spring as it is, Grisham's minor league record makes him an intriguing late-round flier.
Trent Grisham is already close to securing an outfield spot, likely center field, according to AJ Cassavell from MLB.com
Grisham has been off to a hot start, batting .318 with one HR. He struggled a bit in his first year in the big leagues with the Brewers in 2019, slashing .231/.328/.410, but posted a 1.010 OPS across two levels in the minors before being called up.
Trent Grisham went 3-for-3 with a homer in the Padres' 5-1 win over the Cubs on Friday.
Grisham is off to a strong start this spring, going 5-for-11 with a homer. The 23-year-old was acquired from the Brewers over the off-season in a trade that sent infield prospect Luis Urias to Milwaukee.
Outfielder Trent Grisham has been traded from the Milwaukee Brewers to the San Diego Padres for infielder Luis Urias, according to a report from ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Grisham and Urias are both highly-touted prospects who have excellent numbers in the minor leagues but did not have a ton of success during their callups to their respective big league clubs last season. Grisham leaves the hitter-friendly confines of Milwaukee for the spacious Petco park, which does not exactly help his fantasy value heading into 2020.
Trent Grisham went 3-for-4 with a walk, a two-run home run, and an additional run scored in Saturday's win over the Pirates.
Grisham has found himself atop the Brewers' lineup in the absence of Christian Yelich, and he has performed well, posting a .317 batting average in September with two homers and 11 runs scored.