He hits for average, has good instincts on the basepaths and plays a solid center field. The power, scouts say, will develop as he matures and grows into his 6-foot-4 frame.
MLB.com's No. 47 prospect went 4-for-8 with his first Eastern League homer Monday as the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats dropped both games of a doubleheader to the host New Britain Rock Cats.
In the first half of the twinbill, Marisnick -- promoted to New Hampshire on July 5 -- homered to left field off right-hander Daniel Turpen to begin the seventh inning to tie the game, 5-5.
The 2009 third-round Draft pick struck out to start the game, singled home a run in the third, popped out in the fourth and grounded out to end the eighth.
Toronto's No. 3 prospect behind catcher Travis d'Arnaud and outfielder Anthony Gose, Marisnick was 2-for-3 with a pair of singles in Game 2.
In 11 games with the Fisher Cats, Marisnick is batting .262 with five runs scored and four RBIs. Four of his 11 hits have gone for extra bases, but he has also struck out 11 times while drawing just one walk in 42 at-bats.
Prior to his promotion, Marisnick hit .263 with six homers and 35 RBIs in 65 contests for the Class A Advanced Dunedin Blue Jays.
In 2011, the 21-year-old California native batted .320 for Class A Lansing and finished third behind Quad Cities' Oscar Taveras (.351) and Burlington's Josh Whitaker (.326) for the Midwest League batting title.