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BAWS 2020 Bits - Uncommitted 2022/23s - Coast team

10/06/2020, 4:15pm PDT
By Blaine Clemmens

A deep & TALENTED group of 2022s (one 2023), some toolsy players


Stats not listed can be found w/in their PBR profile link. The notes, when referring to avg, plus, abv avg, middle of line-up hitter, etc, are relative to D1 baseball. Scroll down, they are organized by team.

Coast Team (Silver)

OF Will Bowen (5'11" 170, L/L), Serra HS
Flashes three tools that get a young OF on the radar, which when combined with L/L profile on athletic body, make him an interesting junior. The arm and the hit tools show up in workouts/competition, the run tool can improve just a bit more. - Committed to Lansing CC

OF Lou Martineau (5'10" 155, R/R), Burlingame HS
A good player w/a competitive streak in him, there are present tools that will all be enhanced w/some physical maturity. Swing works, covers ground in the OF, throws/runs well. It's simply size/strength that are the key to further development.

INF Christian Galvez (6'3" 200, R/R), St. Francis HS
Type of body and baseball actions, along w/tools that project favorably. Runs well for size (7.01), flashes power both w/EV numbers and ball flight in BP. Soft glove, near avg arm, projects to be a well-rounded 3rd baseman, w/D and offense.

RHP Michael Banderas (6'1" 197), San Ramon Valley HS
Physical/durable type body, workhorse comes to mind. Three pitch mix w/each pitch complementing the other, giving him strikeout stuff. FB peaked at 87 w/max 2504 spin, SL 74-78 mph (max 2382 spin) w/feel of CHG that has late fade in zone.

2023 1B/OF William Ashley (6'2" 165, R/R), Branson School
Long rangy athlete, the offensive talent shows up now & will shine brighter w/physical strength gains. Drives ball in middle of field while staying short and controlled to contact. Deft defensive skills at 1st base also w/corner OF talents. 

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