2022 Media Guide

Joe aeilts blake goldsberry HT: 6’4” WT: 220 B/T: R/R BORN: 5/21/97, littleton, co OPENING DAY AGE: 24 original: signed as udfa in 2020



2022: Enters third professional season with the Colorado Rockies orga- nization. 2021: Spent the entire season with the Fresno Grizzlies (A), appearing in 23 games with two going for starts...got injured in his second ever professional game and missed the next six weeks of the season...when he returned, was lights out on the bump...allowed zero or one earned run in 21 of his 23 games pitched...on September 7th, pitched the final out to clinch a playoff spot for the Grizzlies at Modesto. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on July 15th, 2020 as an undrafted free agent out of the Univer- sity of Kansas...in final season with the Jayhawks, appeared in seven games, totaling 10 innings...did not allow an earned run while striking out eight...in 2019, appeared out of the bullpen 31 times...went 6-6 over 43.2 frames, punching out 33...in 2018, made one start in four games...pitched 12.1 innings, striking out 10... in 2017, was named Academic All-Big 12 Second Team...made 19 appearances spanning 29.1 frames...recorded one save on April 25th at Grand Canyon...in his freshman season, made one start over 20 games...pitched 31.2 frames and made debut against Utah...starred at Cherry Creek HS in Denver, Colorado in the metropolitan area... went 8-1 with a 2.33 ERA during his senior year...played for the Rockies Scout Team program during the fall sea- son...five-time varsity letterman between baseball and basketball...was ranked the 16th-best player in Colorado by Prep Baseball Report his senior season.


Year Team


2020 No Season 2021 Fresno Grizzlies Minor League Totals

A COL 5 1 3.06 23 2 1 32.1 27 13 11 3 3 9 29 5 1 3.06 23 2 1 32.1 27 13 11 3 3 9 29

Joe aeilts hunter goodman HT: 6’1” WT: 210 B/T: R/R BORN: 10/8/99, arlington, tn OPENING DAY AGE: 22 original: 4th round in 2021



2022: Enters second professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization...listed as the Rockies #20 overall prospect.

2021: Started professional career with ACL Rockies (rookie ball), playing in 22 games...batted .300 with a .936 OPS and a .517 slugging percentage...nine of his 18 hits went for extra-bases and he drove in 12 runs...walked nine times and stole one base in one attempt...caught 71 innings (12 games) and had a .989 fielding percentage. Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 4th round of the 2021 MLB June Amateur Draft out of the University of Memphis...becomes the second position player ever drafted out of Memphis in the top four rounds, with 1981 first-rounder Dave Anderson as the other one...polarizing prospect to scouts because of his hitting ability in college and the Cape Cod League...his most attractive tool is his well-above-average raw power, which is created with bat speed, strength, loft and aggressiveness...ranked fourth in NCAA Division I with a school-record 21 homers in 2021...power could be a future issue with his long, uphill right-handed swing, pronounced leg kick and pull-happy approach...high risk, high reward according to some scouts...in 2020, started each game during the Tigers’ 17-game season...hit .357 with three doubles, eight home runs, 31 RBI and 14 runs scored...played mainly in the outfield but caught as well in his first two years with the Tigers...highly decorated catcher for head coach Chris Ring at Arlington High School…received All-State, Louisville Slugger All-American, All-Region and District Player of the year honors...versatile athlete who played as a wide receiver and punter on the football team…named to the TSWA Class AAA All-State team as a sophomore in 2016 after batting .485 with 47 RBI, 21 doubles, three home runs and 57 runs scored.


Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS Rk COL .300 22 60 16 18 7 0 2 12 9 14 1 0 .419 .517 .936 .300 22 60 16 18 7 0 2 12 9 14 1 0 .419 .517 .936

2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals


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