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Astros prospect Brady Rodgers voted PCL Pitcher of the Year

A breakout season from Rodgers rewarded with year-end award.

MLB: Spring Training-New York Mets at Houston Astros Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Brady Rodgers entered his fifth season in the minor leagues still looking for his place with the Houston Astros. That uncertainty has been burned away as Rodgers has silenced Triple-A bats over and over again in 2016.

Rodgers was rewarded for a stellar season with the 2016 Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Year award on Wednesday.

Rodgers, 25, is 12-4 with a 2.91 ERA in 21 starts with Triple-A Fresno. He has allowed 42 earned runs on 129 hits and 22 walks over 130 innings while striking out 112.

Rodgers' ERA (2.91) in a league-best and he also leads the league in wins (12). He has posted a second-lowest walk per 9 innings rate (1.45) and the fifth-highest strikeouts per 9 innings (7.75). He has 13 quality starts over 21 outings.

The Richmond, TX native started for the PCL All-Star team in the Triple-A All-Star Game, allowing one run over two innings and striking out three.