By HAYES RULE and JAYA ALAAN
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After being selected 11th overall in the 2016 MLB Draft, the Seattle Mariners' Kyle Lewis tore his ACL and the cartilage in his LCL and MCL in his 31st game with the Everett AquaSox July 19. In his first 30 games, Lewis batted .299 with 26 runs, eight doubles, five triples, three homers and 26 RBIs.
Lewis was the 2016 Golden Spikes Award winner after leading Mercer University to a 38-23 regular-season record behind a .395 average, 20 home runs (fifth best in nation) and 72 RBIs (sixth best in nation). He also ranked top-six nationally in runs scored (70) and on-base percentage (.535).