Former Brooklyn Cyclone Dylan Tice is off to a solid start with the independent American Association of Professional Baseball Milwaukee Milkmen.
Tice, 27, is batting .296 with seven doubles, a triple, nine walks, 10 RBI, and four stolen bases in 54 at-bats in 14 games thus far with the Milkmen, whom acquired the Pennsylvanian native in the AAPB 2020 dispersal draft.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ 36th round selection in the 2015 MLB Amateur Draft spent last season with the Kanas City T-Bones of the same league, slashing .316/.389/.405 with four long balls, 38 RBI, 37 walks, and 20 base thefts in 411 at-bats in 87 tilts.
Tice hit .295 and had an OBP of .436 with five RBI, one double, nine walks, and two stolen bases in 44 at-bats in 14 contests with the Cyclones–the New York Mets’ New York-Penn League (NYPL) Single-A short-season affiliate–in 2018.
Watch Dylan Tice knock a single up the middle while with Brooklyn during 2018 NYPL campaign.
— Jerry Del Priore (Photos: L-R–Brooklyn Cyclones, Milwaukee Milkmen)
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