Bryson Jeremy Stott… 2016 graduate of Desert Oasis High School (NV)… Attended University of Nevada, Las Vegas… Was a semifinalist for the 2019 Golden Spikes Award and a finalist for the Brooks Wallace Award for the nation’s top collegiate shortstop… During his sophomore campaign at UNLV, led the nation with 30 doubles… Batted .340 with 61 2B, 7 3B, 15 HR, 97 RBI, 157 R, 109 BB, 34 SB, .433 OBP and .515 SLG in 171 games over his three-year collegiate career… Became the first collegiate shortstop selected by the Phillies in the 1st round of the amateur draft since it was first held in 1965… Signed by: Mike Garcia.
Was the recipient of the Paul Owens Award, presented annually to the organization’s top minor league player...Started at 2nd base for the NL team in the All-Star Futures Game at Coors Field...Posted a .299/.390/.486 slash line with 26 2B, 2 3B, 16 HR, 49 RBI, 71 R, 65 BB and 10 SB in 112 combined games with Jersey Shore (A), Reading (AA) and Lehigh Valley (AAA)...Led all Phillies minor leaguers (min. 225 PA) in hits (125), runs, total bases (203), AVG, OBP and OPS (.876)...Named an Organization All-Star by MiLB.com...Was a non-roster invitee to ML spring training...Began the season with Jersey Shore and was promoted to Reading, 6/1...Promoted to Lehigh Valley, 9/22...Among qualifying Double-A Northeast hitters, ranked 2nd in AVG (.301), 7th in OBP (.368) and 9th in OPS (.848)...Named Phillies Minor League Hitter of the Month in both May and August, collecting the most hits (42) across the minors during the latter month...Reached base safely in 31 of 32 games, 7/31-9/14, including a 19-game on-base streak, 8/15-9/14, during which he posted a .411/.477/.630 slash line...Following the season, played for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League and posted a .318/.445/.489 slash line with 7 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 31 RBI, 20 R and 24 BB to 14 SO in 26 games...Led the AFL in RBI & walks and was T-1st in games...Reached base safely in all 26 of his games with Peoria...Played in the AFL’s Fall Stars Game...Following the season, was named the No. 3 prospect and the best hitter for average in the Phillies minor league system by Baseball America; was also named the No. 67 prospect in baseball by the same publication...Was also named the No. 97 prospect in baseball by MLB Pipeline.
Appeared in one spring training game with the Phillies, 2/28 vs ATL...Was added to the club’s player pool on 7/29 and spent the remainder of the summer at the alternate training site in Lehigh Valley...Following the season, was named the No. 3 prospect in the Phillies system by Baseball America for the second straight year.
Began his professional career with Gulf Coast League Phillies East (R) and was promoted to Williamsport (A) on 7/14...Named a New York-Penn League All-Star...Selected as Phillies Minor League Defender of the Month for July...Chosen twice as Phillies Minor League Player of the Week: 7/8-14 and 8/5-11...Slashed .324/.405/.490 in 28 August games...Participated in Florida Instructional League...Following the season, was named the No. 3 prospect in the Phillies system by Baseball America.