Miami Marlins prospect and New Orleans Baby Cakes infielder Isan Diaz

New Orleans Baby Cakes second baseman Isan Diaz playing against the San Antonio Missions at Wolff Stadium. - photo by Joe Alexander
New Orleans Baby Cakes second baseman Isan Diaz playing against the San Antonio Missions at Wolff Stadium. – photo by Joe Alexander
Isan Diaz is one of four players the Miami Marlins received from the Milwaukee Brewers in the Christian Yelich trade.

Diaz is hitting .220 with three home runs and 15 RBIs in 32 games for the New Orleans Baby Cakes – the Marlins’ Triple-A club.

The second baseman from Puerto Rico split last season between New Orleans and Double-A Jacksonville. He hit .245 with 20 home runs in 83 games in Jacksonville and .204 with three home runs in 36 games with New Orleans.

He was originally drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014. He went from Arizona to Miami in a trade prior to the 2016 season.

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  • Miami Marlins prospect and New Orleans Baby Cakes outfielder Monte Harrison

    New Orleans Baby Cakes outfielder Monte Harrison playing against the San Antonio Missions at Wolff Stadium. - photo by Joe Alexander
    New Orleans Baby Cakes outfielder Monte Harrison playing against the San Antonio Missions at Wolff Stadium. – photo by Joe Alexander
    Monte Harrison has spent his last few nights playing at what could have been his home field.

    The Milwaukee Brewers’ second-round pick from the 2014 draft is currently with the New Orleans Baby Cakes, who are in San Antonio to play four games against the Missions.

    The Missions are the Triple-A farm club of the Brewers. Harrison was traded from the Brewers to the Miami Marlins – the Baby Cakes’ parent club – as part of the Christian Yelich deal.

    Harrison is hitting .291 on the season with four home runs in 26 games. The 6-foot-3, 231-pound outfielder leads the team in stolen bases with 10 – including three on Wednesday night at Wolff Stadium.

  • Harrison heating up at plate for New Orleans – by MILB.com
  • Miami Marlins Prospect Watch: Monte Harrison – by MarlinManiac.com