The Book on Mike OltCHC



Graduated Prospect Info

Mike Olt / 3B, CHC
Born 8/27/1988
Branford, CT, USA
School: U Connecticut
Height 6-2
Weight 210
Bats/Throws R/R
1860 | 9/1/2013


RAAAAAAMiLBMLB
14 503 366 763 220

Total professional at-bats: .


Mike Olt is no longer tracked as an eligible prospect in Scouting Book.

Final rookie-eligible season: 2014.


9/1/2013







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News and Notes

7/22/2013 by KDaddy



Mike Olt, CJ Edwards and Justin Grimm, along with two players to be named later, have been traded to the Cubs for Matt Garza. The transaction improves the outlook for every player in the deal.

7/14/2013 by KDaddy



While every trade seller talking to Texas asks for Jurickson Profar first, sources inside the Ranger organization are pretty adamant that almost any pitcher offered will return only Mike Olt as a consolation prize. This includes on-the-market arms like Matt Garza and Roy Oswalt. There's really only semi-available pitcher who could command a Profar Price... and that's the one.

12/10/2012 by KDaddy



According to SI.com, the Rangers are dangling Mike Olt, one of the two or three best hitting prospects in baseball, in the hope of prying Cy Young winner RA Dickey from the Mets. Dickey spent the first ten years of his professional career with the Rangers, of course, before being released and becoming a resurgent knuckleballer. (Also, Dickey is 38. Olt is 24. Just saying.)

8/12/2012 by KDaddy



Welcome to the big time. Mike Olt, pinch hitting situationally for Mitch Moreland, drove in the game-winning hit in the Rangers' victory over the Tigers last night. Expect to see Olt substituting for Moreland and other Rangers more often in the weeks to come, and starting against lefthanders. Ron Washington will have a nice problem here, squeezing a lot of quality bats into a nine-man lineup.

8/9/2012 by KDaddy



In a day filled with surprise moves in the AL, the Rangers have decided to join the fun, and have called up top hitting prospect Mike Olt from AA. He's still a bit raw, but his power could give Texas the boost they need to hold off both the rival Angels and surprise Athletics in what has quickly become one of the most interesting divisions in baseball. If he shows success early, it could also make things easier for the team to sever ties with the problematically underperforming Josh Hamilton in the offseason... or even sooner.

2/20/2012 by KDaddy



According to the Dallas News, the Rangers are still committed to testing Mike Olt at first base for at least some of this season. While it's a shame to waste his defense that way, it would definitely get him to MLB sooner, and probably while Adrian Beltre is still manning the other corner in Texas. It could also open up a clear path to third for Villanueva later.

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