Bradley didn’t stick in the lineup full-time until late March, but once he started firing on all cylinders he became an important part of the IU lineup. He ended the season with a .260 batting average, nine home runs and 27 runs batted in including a pair on a triple against Ball State:
HIGHLIGHT— Matt Cohen (@Matt_Cohen_) April 16, 2019
The Hoosier bats waste no time this evening, going up 4-0 in the bottom of the first inning.
Scotty Bradley drove in two with a triple, then came in to score on a wild pitch. Cole Barr then went deep to right field for his 13th home run of the year. #iubase pic.twitter.com/DDJTt1mbZI
At the next level his bat will be his main tool. He should be capable of hitting well at the next level as he typically takes a good approach at the plate and makes good contact. He does have one year of college eligibility left, but has already graduated as a redshirt junior which could encourage him to turn pro. He’ll have plenty of time to make a decision, as the Blue Jays will retain his rights until 11:59 p.m. ET on August 15, 2019 or until he returns to school full-time.