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PostPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 12:21 pm 
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36 games

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10 doubles, 2 triples, 12 homers, 25 RBI, 49 runs

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2 sport star, committed to Cal Poly.... doubt we sign him


...what's the other sport? Cal Poly isn't D-I Bowl Subdivision in football, so why would he bother ...


For the love of the game?

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SCOUTING PROFILE: Haniger's brother Jason is a senior catcher at Georgia Tech and has steadily improved in college. Though he went unsigned as a 19th-round draft pick a year ago, he should be a solid senior sign this June, which bodes well for the younger Haniger's development. Mitch has projectable right-field tools and one of the strongest outfield arms in the 2009 draft class. His 7.2-second speed in the 60 will prevent him from ever being a center fielder but his arm could make him an impact defender. Haniger's raw bat speed is also very good. The ball comes off his bat very hard and he projects plenty of power in the future. He only hit .265-4-22 as a high-school junior, which raised some red flags about his performance capabilities, but Haniger erased those doubts with a very impressive senior season that included 12 home runs and a .375 batting average. Haniger is also a star on the football gridiron. He caught 85 passes last fall, but his future is clearly in baseball
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Haniger would be the type of sign that would really start to make this draft look a little better. Coming into the year, BA had him rated in their Top 100 HS players. He was 72nd overall.

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Baseball America has no CLUE what they are saying or doing! They are 'bandwagon writers' for the majority of their rankings. They don't show up to major events to rank the players or go out in the field very often.


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Baseball America has no CLUE what they are saying or doing! They are 'bandwagon writers' for the majority of their rankings. They don't show up to major events to rank the players or go out in the field very often.




Sorry, but I respectfully disagree. They are the industry standard when it comes to prospects and draftees. I've been following them since the mid 90's and they know what they are talking about. I'll just leave it at that.

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Haniger just finished playing summer ball (in what I assume is a wood bat league) in the California Collegiate League and didn't fare too well. He's still a top talent, so maybe his price has dropped a bit.



He hit .213 in 94 ab's, with 5 doubles, 10 ribbies, 8 walks and 21 k's. He also stole 4 bases in 6 attempts.


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I want. Please.

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It's not completely over, but every story I've seen has referred to him as 'Incoming Cal-Poly Freshman'.....


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I can't imagine his performance in the Summer League helped matters very much (at least from the Mets' POV).


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I can't imagine his performance in the Summer League helped matters very much (at least from the Mets' POV).


Well look at it this way, the Padres are still trying to sign Donovan Tate even though he has been showing up at football practice in Chapel Hill. Granted Mitch really does not have that kind of leverage where he was drafted or another avenue but it could be a ploy.


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