The 2018 Bowman Draft card of Ke’Bryan Hayes has a similar pose to his 2015 Bowman Draft card, although the angle is completely different. He’s in a throwing pose and the view appears to be from his intended target. During the 2018 season, Hayes was playing for Altoona, where he had his best season on offense and he won his second Gold Glove award. That’s a prestigious award, since they only give away one per position in all of the minors. Hayes batted .293 for Altoona in 2018, with 45 extra-base hits, 12 stolen bases and 57 walks. That season got him a place in the top 100 prospects for numerous sources for the first time.