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2005 First-Year Player Draft Tracker
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 1142Kuyaunnis MilesRussell County HSLFL/R5'10"1851987-05-15HS 
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 692James MorrisU Illinois ChampaignLHPL/L6'8"2301983-06-034YR 
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 602Benjamin MummyU Nevada Reno1BR/R6'3"2051984-08-144YR 
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 662Robert NickolsPima CCLHPL/L6'5"2151986-03-04JR 
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 392Logan OndrusekMcClennan CCRHPR/R6'8"2051985-02-13JR 
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 1432Gary PoynterMarcus HSRHPR/R6'3"2151987-06-12HS 
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 1172Edwin QuirarteOxnard HSRHPR/R6'2"1801986-12-20HS 
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 212Brandon RobertsCal Poly San Luis ObispoCFL/R6'0"1851984-11-094YR56K | 350K
COMMENT: Lean and athletic build. Bat speed is above average and usually gets the barrel on the ball w/ level swing. Gap power, pulls home runs and can also bunt for a base hit. Great base stealing potential. Real run-saver in CF.
 902Mark RodriguezU Texas Pan AmericanCR/R6'0"2001983-06-014YR 
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 362Adam RosalesWestern Michigan USSR/R6'1"1951983-05-204YR 
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 782Matthew SalmonSouth Aiken HSCFS/R6'4"1901987-05-18HS 
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 812Kenny SmalleySt Charles HSSSR/R6'2"2001987-07-25HS 
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 842Henry-Judsen SmithPhoenix ColRHPR/R6'3"2001984-09-29JR 
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 182Jeffrey StevensLoyola Marymount URHPR/R6'1"2001983-09-054YR56K | 350K
COMMENT: Quick, compact arm action. FB sits between 89-91. CB has tight rotation and nice downward action. Very deceptive w/ change-up. Mixes pitches well and throws strikes. Good competitor.
 1230Justin TordiU FloridaSSR/R6'1"1951984-04-094YR 
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 482Jason VecchioU Texas San AntonioRHPR/R5'11"1801984-04-074YR 
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 92Zachary WardGardner-Webb URHPR/R6'3"2351984-01-144YR56K | 350K
COMMENT: Big, powerful and durable frame. Active FB comes in at the low-90s that sinks and tails, but also has a nasty bore. Can dial into the strike zone with it. Throws strikes w/ either a slider or curve. Gets outs w/ either one. Aggressive and maintains poise.
 512David WilsonLander ULHPR/L5'11"1601983-02-284YR 
COMMENT: FB comes in at mid to high-80s w/ loose, quick arm action. Gets all kind of life on it: run, sink and riding. 3/4 slider has some late bite to it w/ a little depth. Deceives well w/ circle change that also has sink and fade to it. Also has a splitter.
 60Travis WoodBryant HSLHPR/L6'0"1651987-02-06HS56K | 350K
COMMENT: Throws w/ solid mechanics. FB darts around in the zone. Willing to pitch inside. Curve features nice rotation and good downward action. Circle change shows good movement down and away from RHH.
 932Abraham WoodyBaylor URHPR/R5'11"2151982-11-094YR 
COMMENT: Smaller version of Keith Foulke. Good FB velocity that also sinks when down in the zone. Also can cut it into LHH hands. 3/4 slider has a big curve's break. Aggressive mound demeanor, good for a reliever.
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