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Vallot finished his first season with High-A Wilmington slashing .231/.380/.438 with 12 home runs and 127 strikeouts over 89 games and 281 at-bats.
The catcher's season ended prematurely after an undisclosed injury sidelined him on July 27. Despite playing in just 89 games, Vallot hammered out the second-most homers on the Blue Rocks, and owned the team's highest OPS among players with 125-plus at-bats. A massive strikeout rate plagued Vallot, and he'll certainly need to show more plate discipline before ascending through the minor leagues.