With his build, Logan Glass was quite the physical specimen for his Mustang H.S. (Okla.) varsity squad. According to Prep Baseball Report, he’s got a great arm and throws 92 mph from the mound, and his speed is better than average as he runs the 60-yard-dash in 6.65. Also, according to PBR, his exit velocity sits at 96 mph, which is quite impressive.
Glass was verbally committed to Kansas, so the White Sox had to pry him out of it after selecting him in the 22nd round of the 2019 draft.
In 17 games for the AZL squad, Glass slashed an impressive .284/.342/.403 with five doubles, one homer, nine RBIs, one stolen base, two walks (2.7%) and 23 strikeouts (31.5%). The low walk and high strikeout rates are slightly concerning but understandable considering he played against competition 16 months older than he, in addition to factoring in his acclimation to the speed of the game.
Glass likely will remain in the AZL to begin 2021, but could see Kannapolis if he gets off to a solid start.