As we reported previously, Davis is absolutely locked in and has been all season between Single-A South Bend and Double-A Tennessee.
The Cubs’ future outfielder hit .298 in 84 at-bats in July, mashing seven homers and driving in 21 runners in 24 games. Davis posted a .410 on-base percentage while slugging .667. He finished the month with a 1.077 OPS.
The Cubs selected Davis in the second round of the 2018 MLB Draft and is the No. 2 prospect in their minor league farm system, per MLB Pipeline.
In case you forgot, Davis won this year’s Futures Game MVP after launching two homers at Coors Field.
Jensen, the Cubs’ first-round pick in 2019, posted a 1.99 ERA in 22.2 innings, allowing just five earned runs during that span.
For South Bend, he walked four batters and finished with 28 strikeouts for the month. Opponents hit .150 with a .410 OPS to top off a dominant month for the Cubs ‘No. 12 prospect.
At just 23 years old, Jensen is starting to come into his own and should be on the radar for Cubs fans as we wait for his arrival to Wrigley Field in the future.
MLB Pipeline projects the power righty to make his big league debut in 2022.