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 Post subject: Round 10/Pick 314: RF Nick Santomauro
PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:24 pm 
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RF

6'2"

205

Dartmouth Col. (NJ)

L/R

6/13/88




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i like this pick, a lot.

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i like this pick, a lot.


Please tell me he has 40 hr potential!


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.372/.447/.598

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"Dartmouth outfielder Nick Santomauro was the Ivy League player of the year, batting .377/.456/.630 with eight homers and 37 RBIs to lead the Big Green to regionals for the first time since 1987. He's just a junior, and it's hard to imagine any club buying him out of his senior year at Dartmouth, but he figures to be a quality senior sign in 2010. Santumauro has a lean, loose frame with some "buggy-whip" in his swing. He has some power, but it's all to the pull side. Ivy coaches praise him for being a tough out who seldom strikes out. He's a decent corner outfielder with a solid arm."

http://www.baseballamerica.com/online/d ... 68211.html

Sounds like another difficult sign, although not a HS.

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MarkJohnson>You wrote:
Superpitcher wrote:
i like this pick, a lot.


Please tell me he has 40 hr potential!

i'm guessing 25-30
sounds 5 tool.

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 Post subject: Re: Round 10/Pick 314: RF Nick Santomauro
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R Nitelight wrote:
RF

6'2"

205

Dartmouth Col. (NJ)

L/R

6/13/88




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Wrong Dartmouth...


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Superpitcher wrote:
MarkJohnson>You wrote:
Superpitcher wrote:
i like this pick, a lot.


Please tell me he has 40 hr potential!

i'm guessing 25-30
sounds 5 tool.


You knew of him before the pick? I'm amazed by some of you people...


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"Dartmouth outfielder Nick Santomauro was the Ivy League player of the year, batting .377/.456/.630 with eight homers and 37 RBIs to lead the Big Green to regionals for the first time since 1987. He's just a junior, and it's hard to imagine any club buying him out of his senior year at Dartmouth, but he figures to be a quality senior sign in 2010. Santumauro has a lean, loose frame with some "buggy-whip" in his swing. He has some power, but it's all to the pull side. Ivy coaches praise him for being a tough out who seldom strikes out. He's a decent corner outfielder with a solid arm."

http://www.baseballamerica.com/online/d ... 68211.html

Sounds like another difficult sign, although not a HS.


The Mets are pretty good at giving money for players to eventually finish school.

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Per Dartmouth Website:

Nick Santomauro
# 24
Outfielder - OF

Height: 6-2 Weight: 205

Junior

Bats: L Throws: R

Previous Affiliations
West Essex
Hometown
North Caldwell, N.J.

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Release: 03/01/2007
2008: All-Ivy League and NEIBA All-New England first team ... ABCA All-Northeast second team ... chosen as the team’s best offensive player ... led the team in runs, triples, homers, RBIs, slugging and walks ... also tied for the team lead with 17 multi-hit games ... reached base in 38 of the 42 games ... singled home the only run in the 1-0 season-opening win at Navy ... needed just a single for the cycle, going 3-for-5 with three RBIs in a 12-2 romp over CCSU ... tripled again later that day against Ohio State ... was a perfect 4-for-4 with a double and a run in the win over Northwestern ... reached base all five times in the 11-1 win at Cornell with three singles and two walks ... crushed a grand slam in the second game against the Big Red and scored three times in the 18-11 victory ... laced two doubles, scored twice and drove in one during a 9-3 win over Columbia ... stroked a two-run triple in a 7-2 win over Quinnipiac ... homered in consecutive games at Brown ... his three-run shot was the difference in a 9-7 win over the Bears ... cranked two doubles and a homer with three runs and RBIs in an 11-5 win versus Holy Cross ... homered the next game as well against Yale ... drove in seven runs with a double, two triples and a long ball versus Harvard ... destroyed Columbia pitching in the Ivy Championship, going 5-for-11 (.455) with four homers, five runs and eight RBIs for a slugging percentage of 1.545.

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