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Noonan, projected to be the first local player selected in tomorrow's professional baseball draft, led the Lancers' attack. Noonan singled, stole second and scored on LaBarre's groundout in the first inning and then tripled off the fence at the base of the 410-foot sign in the second.

It was the 10th triple and 40th extra-base hit of the season for Noonan, who had three runs scored, one RBI and two steals.

“Actually, I think our errors served as motivation because we really came back and hit the ball,” said Noonan.

Noonan finished the season with a section-record 67 hits and a .540 batting average.



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Mets aren't unaware of Todd Frazier:

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In the Big East Conference tournament, he hit a mammoth, 400-plus foot home run that went over the scoreboard at Brooklyn's KeySpan Park, the home of the New York Mets Class A affiliate.

"He has all the intangibles," said Scott Hunter, the Mets' area scout. "He can hit. He can hit with power. He can field his position. He has the arm.

"The intriguing thing about him, however, is his power," Hunter said. "That's what will make or break him."

Hunter said there are some who think Frazier will go early in the first round, and others who think he might slip to the second. Some teams also project him as a third baseman or outfielder, thinking he is too big at 6-foot-4 to be a shortstop.


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If Noonan falls to 42, would you snap him up ahead of anyone, Nitey?

I certainly would.

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R Nitelight wrote:
Mets aren't unaware of Todd Frazier:

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In the Big East Conference tournament, he hit a mammoth, 400-plus foot home run that went over the scoreboard at Brooklyn's KeySpan Park, the home of the New York Mets Class A affiliate.

"He has all the intangibles," said Scott Hunter, the Mets' area scout. "He can hit. He can hit with power. He can field his position. He has the arm.

"The intriguing thing about him, however, is his power," Hunter said. "That's what will make or break him."

Hunter said there are some who think Frazier will go early in the first round, and others who think he might slip to the second. Some teams also project him as a third baseman or outfielder, thinking he is too big at 6-foot-4 to be a shortstop.


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As an OF or 3b for us its an AWFUL pick at 42, as a 2b I LOVE the pick..Im not a GM but id give up a little bit on range if I could have a plus plus offensive 2b.

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if he is too big at shortstop? so he can play 3b or outfield... Why cant he play second, Jeff kent does it....

If he has the glove to play an average short, by translation he should be a good second baseman

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