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Updated: Jun 23rd, 2015
Father's Day Classic Player Reports/Scouting Notes
By: Damon Krestalude |

Port St. Lucie, FL - The Inaugural Father’s Day Classic was a huge success with a great turnout of teams and families on Father's Day weekend. The players were invited to watch a Florida State League All-Star game, seeing players that might be in the big leagues in a couple of years. Who knows, maybe a player or two at our tournament might be in the FSL All-Star game someday!

Our scouting staff put together some notes on some of the top players in the event, as well as a list of notable players to keep an eye on in future events.


Mitch Campion - 2016 - RHP/1B - R/R - CBC DeMarini 2016 - (6’5” 235, Big strong build, 85-87 touched 89 with FB, hard SL up to 77 mph. some mechanical issues that can be corrected)

 

Eddy Arteaga - 2017 - C - L/R - Florida Legends AABC 18U - (6’ 205, Strong stocky build, showed plus bat speed for grad class,  present pull side power, clean quick transfer with soft hands behind the plate)

 

Gio Soto - 2016 - OF - R/R - Florida Legends AABC 18U - (6’2” 190, Short line drive swing, quick bat that creates some gap power)

 

Jan-Carlos Rodriguez - 2017 - INF - R/R - Miami Gardens Seadawgs 17U - (5’7” 145, Short stocky frame, with short quick line drive swing, showed good actions at second)

 

Marcial Hernandez - 2017 - C - R/R - Miami Gardens Seadawgs 17U - (6’2” 175, Strong bodied, showed good hands and flexibility behind plate, abv-avg bat speed for grad class, short stroke, consistent hard contact, good approach, very projectable)

 

Shane McGrann - 2017 - 2B/C - S/R - Florida Heat 16u - (5’11” 170, Short, fluid stroke from the left side, with future power potential)

 

Chase Staley - 2017 - 1B/LHP - L/L - South Tampa Baseball Academy 16U - (6’2” 190, Strong, and projectable build, showed abv-avg bat speed for grad class, present power to the gaps, moves well at 1B)

 

Stephen Wilmer - 2018 - OF/LHP - S/L - South Tampa Baseball Academy 16U - (5’9” 200, Strong and stocky build, showed  a quick stroke with abv-avg power for a 2018 grad, good approach, projects as a corner guy at the next level)

 

Jeremy Cook - 2017 - LHP/OF - L/L - Miami Mudcats 16U Black - (5’10” 148, Athletic build, showed a clean delivery from a 3/4 arm slot, 80-84mph with FB, Sl showed tight spin with good depth, strike thrower)

 

Reneigel Martes - 2017 - OF/1B - L/L - Xtremeline Baseball 16U - (6’3” 180, Lean and athletic build, showed abv-avg bat speed for grad class, fluid stroke, super aggressive in the strike zone, 97 mph TrackMan exit velo on line drive, had arguably the hardest hit ball we saw all weekend)

 

Emory Duncan - 2018 - C/RHP - R/R - West Boynton Lightning 16U - (good actions/hands behind the plate, good instincts on defense, high baseball IQ for a 2018, avg to abv-avg bat speed for his grad class)



NOTABLE PLAYERS:


Braden Forchic - 2019 - 3B/2B - L/R - Boca Thunder 16U - 5’7” 130 - (Showed a quick bat from the left side)

Matt Alvarez - 2017 - C - R/R - Miami Mudcats 16U Red - 5’10” 150 - (Showed some gap power for his grad class)

Erik Rodriguez - 2015 - OF - L/L - Florida Legends AABC 18U - 5’11” 160 - (Led the 18U division in hits with 9)

Alexis Valladares - 2015 - 1B/LHP - S/L - Elite Performance Baseball 18U Red - 6’ 165 - (Tied for lead in stolen bases for the 18U division with 5)

Yorvis Torrealba - 2016 - OF/INF - R/R - Florida Legends 2015’s - 5’10” 165 - (Tied for lead in stolen bases for the 18U division with 5)

Rocco Lervasi - 2015 - OF/RHP - R/R - Team Oppo 18U - 6’1” 190 - (Tied for lead in K’s for the 18U division with 10)

Anthony Cabrera - 2016 - RHP - R/R - All American Prospects 17U - 5’10” 145 - (Tied for lead in K’s for the 18U division with 10)

Cameron Pearson - 2017 - 3B/1B/RHP - L/R - Orlando Diamond Dawgs 16U Red - 6’ 175 - (Led the 16U division in hits with 7, and 2B’s with 4)

Reece Warnock - 2018 - 1B/RHP - R/R - Miami Mudcats 16U Black - 6’ 240 - (Led the 16U division in RBI’s with 9)

Jimmy Arnaez - 2018 - OF - R/R - Miami Mudcats 16U Red - 5’10” 160 - (Led the 16U division in stolen bases with 5)

 

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