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Scouting Video: Riley Moore, C, Arizona (2014 Draft)

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March 2, 2013

Riley Moore is my kind of ballplayer and has been ever since I went up to San Marcos to see him play a few of those dreary Channel League games. I never forgot the Area Codes BP before his senior year, nor did I forget that I had to wait like five days to see him get a start. It just goes to show you that sometimes the guys with the most upside get completely ignored when it’s between a guy on media lists and a guy not on media lists. The media does not scout. The baseball industry scouts. And that’s why in the long haul, Riley Moore is going to win.

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Scouting Update, Kurt Heyer, RHP, Arizona (2012 Draft)

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April 13, 2012

This guy won’t wow you with velocity, though you will wonder how Kurt Heyer can touch 92 on occasion from average height, slight build and a herky-jerky mid-to-low arm slot that ain’t pretty but might have to be chalked up to “works for this guy, but not for you.”

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Scouting Summary: Riley Moore, C, San Marcos (CA) HS (2011 Draft)

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December 10, 2010

There are two high schools called San Marcos in Southern California, but only one guy named Riley Moore. We’ve seen video of him here this fall and I’ve got a pretty long trail on him from summer to fall.

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Scouting Report: Brad Glenn, 3B, Arizona, 700th overall, Toronto Blue Jays (2009 Draft)

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July 3, 2009

(photo: UA)

(photo: UA)

 

Brad Glenn, 3B
Arizona (2009 Draft)
6-3, 225
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Games seen: 1, Innings: 9 (plus BP)
(700th overall pick, 2009 Draft, Toronto Blue Jays)

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Scouting Video: Brad Glenn, 3B, Arizona, 700th overall, Toronto Blue Jays (2009 Draft)

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July 3, 2009

Here’s a look at Glenn’s raw power, captured inside an empty Goodwin Field at Cal State Fullerton. Yes, I was standing behind the batting cage shooting BP. Yes, I talked my way into that opportunity. Yes, I am that good.

Glenn was streaky this season at Arizona, but he wasn’t the only guy on that team out of his element. He doesn’t need me to tell him what the Blue Jays will. But still, you can’t discard a player with power. Sometimes late-round picks surprise you. We’ll see what happens with Glenn, a proud product of Tulsa, Oklahoma, who could probably hit a ball from here to there if he got into one.

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