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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
716Anderson, JustinU Louisiana MonroeLHPL/L6'04"1951987-10-21JR
276Anderson, RobertU OklahomaRHPR/R6'01"1701987-11-30JR
861Andrew, CarsonJacksonville URHPR/R6'02"2051987-10-07JR
977Angelle, KevinLamar ULHPL/L6'03"1951988-02-27JR
1313Angelo, MarkEast Stroudsburg ULFL/R6'02"1951986-07-155S
1005Aplin, AndrewVanden HS (CA)CFL/L6'00"1901991-03-21HS
450Appel, MarkMonte Vista HS (CA)RHPR/R6'04"1951991-07-15HS
292Applebee, PaulUC RiversideLHPL/L6'03"1988-05-17JR
1189April, DanMercer ULHPL/L6'01"1901986-11-08SR
1143Archer, TristanSullivan South HS (TN)RHPR/R6'03"1651990-10-18HS
59Arenado, NolanEl Toro HS (CA)3BR/R6'01"2051991-04-16HS
Comments: Arenado is a strong high schooler with some serious ability with the bat. He's quick to the ball and has excellent raw power. The main question is where that bat will play best as a pro. He plays shorstop now, but he'll be a third baseman or a catcher in the future. He's caught before, so it wouldn't be a conversion. Although he's not very experienced, his plus arm and quick feet have some believing he can do it. If a team is convinced he can catch, he could go off the board in the first couple of rounds.
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26Arnett, EricIndiana URHPR/R6'05"2301988-01-25JR
Comments: One of the biggest late risers in the Draft class, Arnett is a big right-hander who put himself into first-round consideration with a breakout junior season. He's got an above-average fastball and a slider that, while inconsistent, could be an out pitch as well. He struggles at times with his release point and arm angle, which hurts the effectiveness of the slider. He's come a long way in a short time, and the lack of track record may make some pause, as will the high pitch counts he had late in the year. But if he can develop an effective offspeed pitch, he's the kind of workhorse who could be a future No. 2 or 3 starter in the big leagues.
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1368Arnsberg, KyleArlington Lamar HS (TX)CL/R6'05"2051990-08-15HS
614August, JosephStanford UOFL/L6'01"2051986-09-23SR
158Austin, ChaseElon USSR/R6'02"1851987-12-04JR
1446Avila, JuanNarbonne High School (CA)OFR/R6'01"1801991-10-18HS
1260Avila, NickCentral Florida CCRHPR/R6'02"2201988-08-29J2
1067Aviola, PhilWilmington ColCR/R6'01"2251986-09-02SR
1255Baca, MarcU Nevada Las VegasRHPR/R5'11"1701986-10-11JR
1201Bagoly, JasonAustintown Fitch HS (OH)CR/R6'03"1990-10-29HS
1155Bailey, AdamU Nebraska LincolnRFL/L6'01"1951988-03-06JR
139Bailey, LucasTroup County HS (GA)CR/R6'00"1981991-03-11HS
Comments: Bailey was thought of as one of the better high school catchers in a Draft class that has some depth in that area, but Tommy John surgery on his right elbow put his future somewhat in doubt. When healthy, he's a solid, not spectacular, catch-and-throw guy. At the plate, he's got good bat speed and plus power potential. He could head to Auburn and rehab there, but a team could decide to take a chance on him, knowing the success of the surgery these days, and work to get him back in form within its system.
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1367Bain, RichardTrinity Christian Academy (FL)OFR/R6'03"1801990-12-18HS
1363Baines, HaroldMcDaniel ColLFL/L5'10"1651987-12-18SR
351Baird, DillonU Arizona3BL/R6'03"1901988-01-13JR
416Baker, DavidHemet HS (CA)RHPR/R6'04"1951991-04-17HS
325Baker, AaronU Oklahoma1BL/R6'02"2201987-09-10JR
145Baker, NathanielU MississippiLHPL/L6'03"1987-12-27JR
445Bako, PeterConnors St ColCL/R6'01"1801989-09-14J1
181Balcolm-Miller, ChristopherWest Valley ColRHPR/R6'02"2101989-03-03J2
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