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350
COREY HAMMAN
MONTCLAIR ST COL
LHP
L/L
6'2"
200
04/12/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
360
JAYSON RUHLMAN
L'ANSE CREUSE NORTH HS
LHP
L/L
0'0"
0
08/17/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
369
DARREN DOUGLAS
AUGUSTA ST U
LHP
R/L
5'10"
190
01/22/1981
4YR
COMMENT: Same body type as Billy Wagner. Three-quarter to low _ arm slot. Varies deliveries. Very strong with very quick arm and movement. Fastball sinks with armside run. Slurvy-slider flashes tight rotation. Tries change. Answers to "Mitch."
377
BRETT NYQUIST
COL ST SCHOLASTICA
LHP
L/L
6'7"
205
05/07/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT: Extremely tall with thin, narrow frame. Body similar to Mark Mulder. High kick, cross-fire delivery. Touches 89 mph. Good hand speed, natural tail. Varies four off-speed pitches. Slider, change are best pitches. Sweeping, rotating slider is OK to lefties. Much-improved change, deceptive with sink, will throw anytime.
390
DEMETRIUS BANKS
CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY CC
LHP
L/L
6'0"
160
05/23/1983
JR
 
COMMENT: Medium, wiry build with long arms and sloping shoulders. Loosey-goosey arm action on _ delivery. Fastball shows late tailing movement down. Competes.
394
REID SANTOS
SADDLEBACK CC
LHP
L/L
0'61"
155
08/24/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
395
DANIEL MEAD
MANATEE JC
LHP
L/L
6'3"
195
08/04/1981
JR
 
COMMENT:
405
PATRICK CURRAN
FORT HAYS ST U
LHP
R/L
6'7"
215
08/27/1979
4YR
 
COMMENT:
406
MATTHEW ROHR *
CALIFORNIA ST U
LHP/RF
S/L
6'1"
183
04/16/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT: Conditioned, athletic frame. Well-defined arms and forearms. Similar build to Mike Magnante. Natural lefty sink with bore action on fastball. Crafty, four-finger change, deceptive, with occasional late tumble. Also fair bat. Competitor.
427
JOSHUA HABEL
U NORTHERN IOWA
LHP
L/L
6'1"
185
09/10/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
432
JOSEPH VANGORDER
WEST VIRGINIA U
LHP
L/L
6'2"
185
03/10/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
440
JESSE CARLSON
U CONNECTICUT
LHP
L/L
6'1"
160
12/31/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
442
SAM NARRON
EAST CAROLINA U
LHP
L/L
6'4"
200
07/12/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
451
ERIC STULTS
BETHEL COLLEGE
LHP
L/L
6'3"
215
12/09/1979
4YR
 
COMMENT:
463
JOHN HUMMEL
SCHAUMBURG HS
LHP
L/L
6'5"
200
04/18/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
464
MIKE PROCHASKA
NORTH CAROLINA ST U
LHP
L/L
6'0"
190
05/23/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
468
ERIC ACKERMAN
U PITTSBURGH
LHP
L/L
6'0"
180
10/19/1979
4YR
 
COMMENT:
469
DANA EVELAND
HILL JC
LHP
L/L
6'1"
220
10/29/1983
JR
COMMENT: Tall, thick. Strong upper body similar to Wilson Alvarez. Varies between three-quarter and low _-delivery. Loose arm and good feel for pitching. Fastball tails and sinks away from righties. Curve is tight, three-quarter, biting out pitch. Aggressive with good deceptive delivery and command of three pitches. Bulldog demeanor.
470
MICHAEL SMITH
VALDOSTA ST U
LHP
L/L
6'6"
200
07/08/1981
4YR
COMMENT: Body similar to Chuck Finley. Brings hands high then pumps down to belt before separation. Tall, finesse-type lefty. Strikes out batters with all three pitches. Curveball flashes tight rotation. Slurve-slider is best pitch, sharp, late, will run in on right-handed hitters.
475
KEVIN BEAVERS
PEPPERDINE U
LHP
L/L
6'5"
195
10/22/1979
4YR
 
COMMENT:
476
ARIC VAN GAALEN
HARRY AINLAY HS
LHP
R/L
6'6"
185
08/25/1984
HS
COMMENT: Extra tall. Slender build. Young look. Similar to Graeme Lloyd. Loose, quick arm. Good arm action. Downward fastball has natural late tail and sink finish. Curve has 3/4 rotation, lots of break. Straight change sinks and fades, commands. Deceptive delivery, tough to pickup. Loose and agile. Still growing. Dad is 7 feet tall. Uses all pitches. Throw strikes.
480
DANIEL HAIGWOOD
MIDLAND HS
LHP
R/L
6'2"
200
11/19/1983
HS
 
COMMENT: Large frame, well-proportioned, similar body type to Mike Remlinger. Low three-quarter delivery, good mechanics. Fastball velocity occasionally touches average. Curveball with three-quarter sweep break is best pitch. Slider similar to curve, with harder velocity, flatter plane. Shows start of circle change.
501
STEVEN PONDER
TEXAS A&M U
LHP
S/L
6'0"
195
11/16/1979
4YR
COMMENT: Medium frame. Fastball mostly 87-88 mph with tail. Good feel for breaking balls. Three-quarter delivery curve with good rotation, throws for strikes. Harder, sharper, three-quarter, slurvy-slider with bite and depth through zone.
513
FORREST BEVERLY
CONWAY HS
LHP
R/L
6'3"
200
03/03/1984
HS
COMMENT: Large frame, sturdy build, similar to Darren Oliver. Delivery tad herky-jerky with some effort. Flashes average fastball (87-89 mph) with fringe tail, sink, best when down. Slurve-type curveball especially effective vs. lefties. Big, strong with enough arm. Needs better control and consistency.
514
JEFFERY OSTRANDER
PATRICK HENRY HS
LHP
R/L
6'1"
175
02/23/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
515
BRAD DAVID
LOUISIANA ST U
LHP
L/L
0'61"
205
05/26/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
525
ZACHARIAH MCCORMACK
SACRAMENTO CC
LHP
L/L
6'2"
195
01/18/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
530
JACOB COASH
CANYON HS
LHP
L/L
6'4"
220
05/07/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
534
NICHOLAS TOUCHSTONE
OKALOOSA WALTON CC
LHP
L/L
6'4"
215
11/19/1981
JR
 
COMMENT:
535
MICHAEL GALLAWAY
GRAYSON COUTY CC
LHP
R/L
6'4"
190
09/17/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
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