Back to the Washington Nationals Newsfeed

Nationals’ prospect Jackson Cluff on his time at Alternate Training Site in Fredericksburg...

Jackson Cluff, a 2019 6th Round pick out of Brigham Young University, was added to the 60-Man Player Pool for the 2020 season back on August 28th, so the 23-year-old infielder, (who put up a .313/.442/.481 line in two seasons and 96 games at BYU and a .229/.320/.367 line in 62 games at Low-A Hagerstown in his first pro season in ‘19), got a few weeks of work at the Washington Nationals’ Alternate Training Site in Fredericksburg, Virginia this summer to test himself against some of the high-end arms in the organization.

“The biggest thing for me was the excitement to get at bats against quality pitchers,” Cluff said in a Zoom call with reporters on Saturday afternoon.