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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
799Partch, CurtisMerced ColRHPR/R6'05"2101987-02-13J2
148Pippin, TrevorMiddle Georgia ColCFL/L6'02"1851986-12-03J2
1301Pridmore, ClintonSanta Rosa JC3BR/R6'03"2301986-09-08J2
706Prieto, DanielLong Beach CCLHPL/L6'00"1951988-04-22J2
1384Petralli, BenjaminSacramento CCCS/R6'02"1801985-10-07J3
1116Principe, JimmyBrookdale CCLFR/R6'02"1851986-03-11J3400K
282Pacheco, JordanU New Mexico2BR/R6'01"1901986-01-30JR400K
579Parker, BrianLewis & Clark St ColRHPR/R6'04"1951985-08-21JR400K
807Parrino, AndrewLe Moyne Col2BS/R6'00"1851985-10-31JR
314Paterson, JosephOregon St ULHPR/L6'01"2101986-05-19JR400K
64Payne, DanielGeorgia TechCFL/L5'10"1851985-09-08JR400K
Comments: Payne is the kind of athlete who gets dubbed as a "real baseball player." It's a compliment for a guy who has good instincts, is hard-nosed and generally plays above his tools. Payne can hit, but not for power and while he knows how to get on base, he's not the prototypical leadoff hitter because he's got just average speed. To be an everyday player, he's going to have to stick in center field and keep making consistent contact while getting on base.
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1003Pecora, ChrisNorth Carolina WesleyanRFS/R6'02"2001986-09-22JR
296Pedroza, JaimeUC RiversideSSS/R5'10"1751986-09-12JR
1373Pehrson, PrestonTowson UCL/R6'02"2151984-09-25JR
297Pelzer, WynnU South Carolina ColumbiaRHPR/R6'01" 1986-06-23JR400K
615Penney, StephenUC RiversideRHPR/R6'07"2401986-08-14JR
361Perinar, GaryU MinnesotaRHPR/R6'00"2001986-02-10JR400K
136Petersen, BryanUC IrvineRFL/R6'00" 1986-04-09JR400K
880Phillabaum, JustinFlorida Atlantic URHPR/R6'03"2101986-04-18JR
1444Pickens, DouglasU MichiganCR/R6'00"1901985-06-19JR
520Pisker, LukeVirginia Commonwealth URHPR/R6'03"2151985-07-16JR
910Pitts, ZacharyU LouisvilleRHPR/R6'03"1901986-03-30JR
861Pitts, JaredStephen F Austin St URFR/R6'02"2101985-09-11JR
124Pope, RyanSavannah Col of Art & DesignRHPR/R6'03"1901986-05-21JR400K
25Poreda, AaronU San FranciscoLHPL/L6'06"2401986-10-01JR400K
Comments: Poreda is one of those pitchers who is new to being good. Players who come out of nowhere like he has (with the jump in velocity, especially) have to get used to being dominant. Once he grows accustomed to that, his poise should improve by leaps and bounds. The plus fastball and the ability to command it, though, especially from the left side, should ensure Poreda hears his name called early on draft day.
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384Portice, EammonHigh Point URHPR/R6'02"1851985-06-18JR400K
1263Povich, ChadDixie St ColRHPR/R6'01"1901986-06-13JR
1Price, DavidVanderbilt ULHPL/L6'06"2151985-08-26JR400K
Comments: The presumed No. 1 pick from the start of the year, the big left-hander has done nothing to diminish his standing in that position. As Vanderbilt's Friday night starter, he has dominated throughout the season with a plus fastball, an outstanding slider and an above-average changeup. His makeup, both on and off the field, is just as impressive as his stuff.
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868Pryor, TyU North FloridaRHPR/R6'03"2271985-07-05JR
121Putkonen, LukeUNC Chapel HillRHPR/R6'06"2001986-05-10JR400K
Comments: Putkonen has been so-so as North Carolina's Sunday starter, but does possess intriguing arm strength. He throws an above-average fastball and can command it fairly well. The only problem is that his other offerings are far behind the heater. He might be better suited to a bullpen role, but the lack of a good secondary offering makes it hard to project him.
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