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 Blake NationStarrs Mill HSRHPR/R6'8"2181987-05-16HS56K | 350K
COMMENT: Big RHP throws a FB that either sinks or cuts in the mid to high-80s. Working on both a slurve and turning over a change-up to make it sink.
 Ramon NavarroSANTA FE CCSSR/R6'0"1601984-07-284YR 
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 Radames NazarioDr Juan J Maunez PimentelSSR/R6'0"1661987-06-14HS 
COMMENT: Medium frame. Fair muscular development. Lean, loose and agile. Good hitting approach. Nice and easy, slight uppercut swing w/ extension for gap power. Uses whole field. Sure handed, excellent reflexes. Loose actions in field. Good running style. Instincts to steal a base.
 Brian NeedhamJohn Foster Dulles HSRHPR/R6'6"1851986-09-21HS56K | 350K
COMMENT: Tall and lanky. Similar to Andy Ashby. Loose, quick arm. Throws a high-80s FB w/ run and sink. Displays a sharp, two-tilt slider as a potential out-pitch. Has a curve w/ a 1-7 drop.
 Cody NeerEdgewater HSCR/R6'4"2251986-09-12HS 
COMMENT: Possesses a large frame. Plenty of raw power. Good extension and loft w/ swing. Can drive the ball well up the middle. Shows plenty of HR potential. Competent defensive catcher.
 Jason NeighborgallGeorgia TechRHPR/R6'5"2051983-12-194YR 
COMMENT: Similar in body-type to Kris Benson. Easy delivery that throws a lively FB. Devastating change-up that disappears in the zone. All pitches are around the strike zone. Keeps hitters from getting comfortable.
 Kolby NelsonSalt Lake CCSSR/R6'2"1901985-07-204YR 
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 Ryne NelsonGalveston ColRHPR/R0'0"01986-07-254YR 
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 Matthew NevarezSan Fernando HSRHPR/R6'5"2201987-02-26HS56K | 350K
COMMENT: Big, powerful frame. Has a slow wind-up w/ loose arm action that lulls hitters to sleep. Throws low-90s heat. Has touched 94. Gets tight rotation on 3/4 curve.
 Charles NewMercer URHPR/R6'3"2051984-05-014YR 
COMMENT: Similar to John Smoltz. Throws w/ easily repeatable delivery. Good FB w/ good run into RHH. Working on a cutter. Hides his best pitch, a sinking change-up. Has a sharp-breaking slider. Around the plate w/ all three pitches and keeps hitters off balance.
 Kyler NewbyMESA CCRHPR/R6'4"2251985-02-224YR 
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 David NewmannSan Jacinto Col NorthLHPR/L6'0"1921985-06-244YR 
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 Stephen NicholasTroy St ULHPR/L6'2"2081982-07-304YR 
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 Cameron NickellCOLUMBIA ST CCRFR/R6'2"2001984-10-304YR 
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 Robert NickolsPima CCLHPL/L6'5"2151986-03-044YR 
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 Angel NicolasMiami Killian HSSSR/R5'10"1901986-11-30HS 
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 Christopher NicollUC IrvineRHPR/R6'2"1901983-10-304YR56K | 350K
COMMENT: Lean, well-proportioned athletic body. Still has room to grow. Delivery is smooth, easy and deliberate. FB tails a little into RHH. Short, quick 3/4 slider is his best breaking pitch. Mixes pitches and changes speeds well. Good competitor on the mound.
 Jonathon NieseDefiance Sr HSLHPL/L6'3"1901986-10-27HS 
COMMENT: Good kid. Has a good idea of what pitching is about. FB sits in upper-80s w/ the usual late movement LH have. CB is his out pitch w/ good downward action and late bite. Circle change is deceptive.
 Floyd NorrickSouthern Illinois ULHPL/L6'3"1901983-09-274YR 
COMMENT: Former reliever, always pitches from set position. Gets good sink on FB and keeps it down in the zone. Can put either FB or CB on either side of the plate.
 Judson NortonManatee JCRHPR/R6'2"1751984-12-26JR 
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 Jose NunezGULF COAST CCSSS/R5'9"1601986-05-27JR 
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