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Washington Nationals call up top prospect Victor Robles...

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Washington Nationals will get their first look at their top prospect.

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The Washington Nationals are reportedly calling up their top prospect, Victor Robles, according to Yahoo Sports’ columnist Jeff Passan.

The 20-year-old outfielder is ranked the fourth best prospect in baseball according to MLB.com. Robles played in a total of 114 minor league games this season, 77 games with Potomac and 37 games with Harrisburg.

Robles posted a .289 batting average with seven home runs, 33 RBI, 25 walks and 16 stolen bases.

During his Double-A stint with the Senators, Robles registered an impressive .324 AVG with three home runs, 14 RBIs, and 11 stolen bases. He recently went on an 18-game winning streak that ended over the weekend.

Robles is ranked the seventh best prospect in baseball by Baseball Prospectus. He played in the MLB Futures Game during the All-Star Break in July.

The Nationals calling up Robles will give fans a look at the future of the Nationals.

Robles possesses all the tools to be a potential star in the league. He has tremendous athleticism to along with speed and solid hitting ability.