CINCINNATI -- A Reds Draft pick critically injured during a fatal car accident over the weekend is still in a Texas hospital but has seen his condition improve.
However, according to a Reds spokesman Monday afternoon, 18-year-old Mason Felt remains listed in critical, but stable, condition.
Felt, Cincinnati's fifth-round pick in the 2012 Draft, was involved in a one-car wreck on Interstate 10 outside of Ozona, Texas, on Saturday morning. According to the San Angelo Standard-Times, the accident killed Felt's father, Richard, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
A left-handed pitcher from Hoschton, Ga., who was signed by the Reds following the Draft, Felt did not appear in a game last season due to an elbow injury that required Tommy John surgery. He is currently assigned to the organization's Arizona League rookie-level team.
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