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You never like to hear about any injuries, especially in Spring Training. Brandon Marsh, one of the top prospects in the Angels organization, is currently dealing with a left elbow strain that will likely keep him out through the spring, and potentially into the season.

The injury happened last Sunday when Marsh attempted to make a diving catch. Luckily, the injury took place on his non-throwing arm.

Marsh, 22, is a Top 100 prospect in baseball and the No. 2 overall prospect in the Angels organization, according to MLB.com. The outfielder was selected by the Angels in the second round of the 2016 MLB Draft. Marsh played 95 games for the Mobile BayBears (AA) last season. He posted a slash of .300/.383/.400/.811, while hitting seven home runs and driving in 43 runs. In addition, he added 21 doubles.

Through his first three years in the minors, Marsh has hit .287 with a .799 OPS. He’s hit 21 home runs while driving in 159 runs. When he’s healthy and ready to go, he’s expected to be promoted to the Salt Lake Bees, the Triple-A affiliate of the Angels.