Biggest Spring Standout: Arizona Diamondbacks

We continue our look at the top spring impact performances around baseball for each team. The Arizona Diamondbacks swung a huge trade this past offseason, sending one of their young stars Daulton Varsho to the Toronto Blue Jays for that team's No. 1 prospect. 

Catcher Gabriel Moreno has already validated the Snakes' move with an outstanding Cactus League performance, and is the Diamondbacks' Spring Standout.

The 23-year-old Venezuelan got his feet wet in the majors later last season in 25 games with Toronto, and displayed his hitting acumen at the young age of 22, batting .319 with a .733 OPS. 

This spring with Arizona, he hit .370 with 3 home runs, four RBIs, and only four strikeouts in 31 plate appearances. He posted a 1.192 OPS. 

The power he displayed is especially notable, as that was the one questionable part of his skill set at this early point of his career. 

He was set to split time with Carson Kelly behind the plate this season, but Kelly recently fractured his forearm. Moreno is clearly the catcher of the future for the D-Backs, and that future may be ready to start right now. 

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