Leblebijian slashed .258/.323/.405 with 11 home runs, 60 RBI and 56 runs in 2017, his first campaign at Triple-A Buffalo.
The minor-league veteran was the only Bison to make the Triple-A All-Star Game after notching a .276 batting average with 43 RBI before the break. His second-half numbers dipped drastically (.163 and 17 RBI), but he ended the campaign batting .385 over his final 10 games. The 26-year-old played at five different positions and hit from eight different spots in the lineup over his 120 games. Leblebijian was a hit in the clubhouse, too, as evidenced by his teammates voting him the most inspirational player, Amy Moritz of The Buffalo News reports. Although it was a strong campaign, he did not break through to MLB when rosters expanded in September, and at this point in his career, Leblebijian's chances of reaching the big leagues are dwindling. Sep 19 2:48 pm (EST)
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