Nick Maton
23-Year-Old ShortstopSS
Philadelphia Phillies A+
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Will play in big-league camp
SSPhiladelphia Phillies  A+
January 13, 2020
Maton was invited to the Phillies' major-league spring training Monday.
Maton had an effective year with High-A Clearwater in 2019 with a .276/.358/.380 slash line and five home runs, and that performance earned him a promotion to the Double-A level. He experienced some growing pains with Double-A Reading, hitting just .210/.306/.355 with two home runs over 21 games. The 22-year-old will get to work with the big-league coaching staff during the spring, but he'll likely require some more time in the minors before making his major-league debut due to his lack of experience against higher-end competition.
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