|Walsh's hit tool is his best|
The switch-hitter made the most of his opportunity in the desert, driving in 14 runs in just 57 at-bats while posting an .847 OPS.
It seems a certainty that Midwest League pitchers have said goodbye to Walsh forever. How far he goes may depend on his ability to become a defensive asset at multiple positions, one of the things at which he worked in Arizona.
Coming soon: This interview concludes our annual series of interviews with the seven Cardinals prospects that finished the 2012 Arizona Fall League schedule.
Cardinals AFL interviews previously posted:
Hitting coach Joe Kruzel
Pitcher Seth Blair (video)
Pitcher Kevin Siegrist
Outfielder Mike O'Neill
Catcher Cody Stanley
Pitcher Boone Whiting
Second baseman Kolten Wong
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