Abrams sees SB streak snapped

Keeping tabs on the No. 8 overall prospect

June 16th, 2021

June 15: Caught stealing for first time
Abrams went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice fly as part of San Antonio's 5-3 victory. His 35 hits are tied for the 10th most among all Double-A Central batters. San Diego's No. 2 prospect was also caught stealing for the first time this season, making him 9-for-10 on the year and 24-for-31 across his first 64 professional games. Gameday »

June 13: Doubles, steals and drives in two
That slump didn't last long for CJ Abrams. After going 0-for-10 in his past three games, Abrams tallied three hits in a 12-6 win for Double-A San Antonio. The No. 8 overall prospect in baseball went 3-for-4 with a double, two RBIs, two runs scored, a steal and a walk. He pushed his season average back over .300 with the performance, sitting at .301. He is a perfect 9-for-9 in steal attempts this season. Gameday »

June 12: Fails to reach base
CJ Abrams seems to be in the midst of a mini-slump right now, as the Padres' No. 2 prospect has failed to record a hit in his past three games. Abrams went 0-for-4 with a strikeout Saturday night, sinking him into a 0-for-10 dry spell since Thursday's game. The good news is he still has a respectable .284 average on the season. Gameday »

June 11: Doubles and steals another base
CJ Abrams started 0-for-3 with three strikeouts on Friday night, but he managed to recover and slap a two-run double in the seventh. Abrams walked and swiped his eighth bag of the year in Double-A San Antonio's win over Midland as well. The Padres' No. 2 prospect has been flashing that 80-grade speed over the past three nights as he has recorded a steal in all three games. Gameday »

June 10: Another steal for Abrams
CJ Abrams had a quiet night with the bat, going 0-for-3 at the dish with a walk, but he still managed to swipe another bag in Double-A San Antonio's win. It was his seventh steal of the season and he has yet to be caught on the basepaths. He has reached base in five straight games. Gameday »

June 9: Stays perfect on the basepaths
CJ Abrams continued his recent roll at the plate and on the basepaths Wednesday for Double-A San Antonio. The Padres' No. 2 prospect went 2-for-4 with two singles and a run scored. He also recorded his sixth stolen base and remains perfect in six steal attempts this year. Abrams is 8-for-18 at the plate in his previous four games and is now batting .306 this season. Gameday »

June 8: Singles, scores in win
CJ Abrams singled and scored in the first inning to get Double-A San Antonio on the board en route to a 4-2 victory Tuesday. He has tallied six runs in his previous three games for the Missions. The Padres' No. 2 prospect is hitting .333 in 24 at-bats this month. Gameday »

June 6: Two hits, two runs on Sunday
CJ Abrams filled his box score with two singles, two runs and an RBI in a 9-2 victory for Double-A San Antonio on Sunday. The Padres' No. 2 prospect went 5-for-10 with five runs scored in two games this weekend. That success raised his batting average to .300 through 23 games this season. Gameday »

June 5: Trifecta of hits, runs in blowout
CJ Abrams made sure to remind everyone his ankle is just fine. The No. 8 overall prospect in baseball scored three runs for Double-A San Antonio and slapped three singles in a 3-for-5 night. Abrams also walked for good measure. The Missions flattened Springfield 17-1 as every San Antonio starter reached base multiple times. Abrams' average is creeping back up to .300 as it now sits at .294. Gameday »

June 4: Collects RBI in hitless night
Despite a hitless performance, CJ Abrams still managed to make an impact for Double-A San Antonio, tallying an RBI on a first-inning groundout. Abrams went 0-for-4 on the night as his average dipped to .275. He has just two hits in his past 14 at-bats since returning from an ankle injury. Gameday »

June 3: Second straight game with a stolen base
Abrams returned to a designated hitter role after appearing for six innings at shortstop last night. And while San Diego is monitoring Abrams' return to play from a foot injury closely, he continues to receive a green light on the basepaths, stealing a base for the second straight game. San Diego's no. 2 prospect played all nine innings tonight, recording a single, a sacrifice fly, a run scored, and a hit by pitch in addition to his stolen base. We'll see if Abrams returns to the field for a full nine innings tomorrow. Gameday »

June 2: Slaps hit and steals bag in return to field
After being held out of Tuesday's game, CJ Abrams returned to play shortstop Wednesday. The No. 8 overall prospect in baseball slapped a single and stole a base in his return, going 1-for-3 on the night before being lifted for a defensive replacement in the seventh inning. Abrams has reached base in all but two games this season. Gameday »