After spending six weeks with the Class A Short Season Williamsport Crosscutters, Phillies first-round pick Adam Haseley has been promoted to Lakewood.
Haseley, the eighth overall pick in June's draft, hit .270/.350/.380 in 37 games with nine doubles, two homers and 18 RBIs in 158 plate appearances.
He's actually in a bit of a slump, carrying a 1 for 15 over his final five games with Williamsport.
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Haseley played center field every day for Williamsport. Mickey Moniak, the first overall pick in 2016, has played center field every day for Lakewood. That was one reason the Phillies wanted to start Haseley at Williamsport even though he's a more advanced prospect having played at the University of Virginia.
Moniak has struggled in his first full season as a pro, hitting .248 with a .301 on-base percentage and 92 strikeouts in 444 plate appearances.
Lakewood has 26 games left.