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Tyler Callihan
2B | B/T: L/R | 6' 1" 205LBS | Age: 20

Draft: 2019 | Rd: 3, #85, Cincinnati Reds | Providence School of Jacksonville
MLB Pipeline Rank
Poor Avg Great

Stats

PA AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG OPS
2019 21 20 3 8 1 7 2 .400 .429 .650 1.079
Career Minors 238 224 30 59 6 33 11 .263 .298 .442 .740
AVG HR RBI SB OPS
2019 .400 1 7 2 1.079
Career Minors .263 6 33 11 .740

Standard Minor League Batting Statistics

SeasonTmLGLGPAABRH2B3BHRRBIBBSOSBCSHBPAVGOBPSLGOPS
2019 2 Teams Minors 57 238 224 30 59 10 6 6 33 10 50 11 3 2 .263 .298 .442 .740
2019 Greeneville Reds APP ROA 52 217 204 27 51 10 5 5 26 9 46 9 3 2 .250 .286 .422 .707
2019 Billings Mustangs PIO ROA 5 21 20 3 8 0 1 1 7 1 4 2 0 0 .400 .429 .650 1.079

Scouting Report

2020

Cincinnati’s third-round selection in 2019 and rated highly because of his bat, Callihan received almost $1.5 million -- more than twice the pick value at No. 85 overall -- to bypass his commitment to the University of South Carolina. They sent him to the rookie-level Applachian League for his pro debut and he earned a late promotion up to the Pioneer League.

Since he can hit, the Reds will be able to find a place for Callihan to play, but it will most likely be either second base or third base. A set position has yet to be determined, however, as the organization waits to see how he develops physically. A stocky player, Callihan has shown to be a better athlete than he looks, but is still maturing and is expected to lose some of his baby fat. He has good enough hands that he could definitely handle himself defensively at second base if he doesn’t slow down too much.

Callihan is an aggressive player who some might compare to former hard-nosed Reds third baseman Ray Knight. He was over-aggressive at times at the plate during his pro debut, but he’s shown a solid approach in the past with plenty of power to tap into. He gets high marks for his baseball IQ and competitive nature, giving the Reds confidence he’ll make the adjustments necessary at the plate.


Transactions

Team Date Transaction
09/20/2019 2B Tyler Callihan assigned to Dayton Dragons from Billings Mustangs.
08/29/2019 2B Tyler Callihan assigned to Billings Mustangs from Greeneville Reds.
06/18/2019 2B Tyler Callihan assigned to Greeneville Reds.
06/13/2019 Cincinnati Reds signed 2B Tyler Callihan.