Is a 2019 graduate of Lakeside School...Named the Gatorade Washington Player of the Year as a senior after hitting .540 with nine homers and 26 RBI...Notable alumni include co-founders of Microsoft, Bill Gates and Paul Allen, as well as Adam West, who played the original Batman in the 1960s TV show...Selected to the All-League Academic Team and didn't receive a B since his sophomore year...Committed to play baseball at UCLA as a Physiological Sciences major...His first baseball memory is of being a young boy sitting in the upper deck on the first base side at Safeco Field watching Ichiro Suzuki play right field...Before the 2019 draft, the Mariners, who knew Carroll had grown up idolizing Ichiro and his iconic swing, invited him to visit Safeco Field and made sure the two met...Participated in the 2022 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on July 16 in Los Angeles @ Dodger Stadium.
Batted .260 (27-for-104) with nine doubles, two triples, four home runs and 14 RBI in 32 games with Arizona in his first Major League stint...Appeared in 25 games in left field, five in center, two in right and two at DH...Made his Major League debut on Aug. 29 vs. Phillies…collected his first hit in his third at-bat (double off Cristopher Sanchez)...Hit his first Major League home run on Sept. 7 @ Padres (off Yu Darvish)...Homered in back-to-back games on Sept. 7 @ Padres and Sept. 9 @ Rockies...Rated as MLB's No. 1 prospect by The Athletic and ESPN.com, No. 3 by MLB Pipeline and No. 5 by Baseball America at the time of his promotion.
Limited to just seven games with High-A Hillsboro after suffering a season-ending right shoulder injury on May 10 @ Eugene while hitting a go-ahead, two-run home run…underwent surgery to repair tears in the labrum and posterior capsule in his right shoulder (performed by Dr. Gary Waslewski)...Hit safely in six of seven games, batting .435 (10-for-23) with one double, two triples, two homers and five RBI with the Hops...Entered the season ranked as the D-backs' No. 1 prospect by both Baseball America (42nd overall) and MLB Pipeline (47th).