Scout Premium Content

Boise's Gregg a Diamond in the Rough

Outfielder's 32 stolen bases lead league

When the Cubs made Davy Gregg their 27th round pick on day two of this year's draft, few knew at the time they were selecting someone who would eventually prove to be the Northwest League's most dangerous threat on the base pads. Gregg, however, has some idea as to why that was.

Gregg, a product of Ray Tanner's South Carolina program, had stolen only 30 bases in his 146-game college career with the Gamecocks, a span of two full seasons and parts of a third. After being drafted and signed by the Cubs and sent to Class-A Boise, he managed to steal 30 bases in his first 45 games, often swiping up to two and three a night. Gregg had seven stolen bases in his first four... Recommended Stories

Up Next


0 Fans online
    Join The Conversation