Is the brother of Cubs catcher Willson Contreras.
Played for High-A Florida (50 G) and Double-A Mississippi (60 G), batting .255/.315/.354 (97- for-381) with 20 doubles, six home runs, 29 RBI and 50 runs scored in 110 games…Defensively, combined to throw out 32 of 98 would-be basestealers (32.7 percent)...Named a Florida State League Mid-Season AllStar after hitting .263 (50-for-190) with three home runs and 22 RBI in 50 games to open the season…Was promoted to Double-A on 6/5 and spent the rest of the season with Mississippi...The Braves selected his contract on 11/19...Finished the year ranked by MLB.com as Atlanta's No. 8 prospect, including the second-best catching prospect (Shea Langeliers).
Split the season between Single-A Rome and High-A Florida, combining to bat .285/.347/.436 in 105 games between the two stops...Ended the season in the Top 10 among Braves farmhands (min. 200 PA) in doubles (T5th, 24), runs (T7th, 57), average (8th, .285), OPS (8th, .783), hits (9th, 111) and home runs (T9th, 11)...Was named Rome's Player of the Month for July, and was named a South Atlantic League PostSeason All-Star.
Named rookie-level Danville's Player of the Year and an Appalachian League All-Star after batting .290/.379/.432 with 15 extra-base hits and 25 RBI in 45 games...Reached base at a .379 clip, which was the third-highest rate among Braves farmhands (minimum 150 at-bats)...Batted .351/.419/.595 in 37 at-bats as the designated hitter, compared to a .273 (36-for-132) mark with a .391 slugging percentage in 132 at-bats playing catcher.