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Future Stars Game Mlb 2017

Future Stars Game Mlb 2017

Future Stars Game Mlb 2017

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The Toronto Blue Jays have announced they will have a Future Stars Game Tuesday, July 25th. The game will feature an international array of stars from the minor league and major league pipeline, including Tampa Bay Rays' shortstop prospect Kevin Padlo.

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Regional Combines are the first large step toward a selection to a FSS Signature event, and the direct path to the National or Underclass Combines. An invitation only event, players attending will receive a shirt, hat, full MLB level scouting report, video, data analysis, and on site player development by the Future Stars Series National staff which includes Major League All Stars and World Series Winners. This level is a must attend to advance to Citi field, Fenway Park, Underclass Elite, or the Fresh 50.

Scout Days are hosted by PROGRAM 15 Partner Programs. Each player attending a Scout Day event receives a full MLB scouting report written by a professional scout who has signed MLB players. Player profiles and evaluations are logged into the PROGRAM 15 Proprietary Scouting Database and made available to college and pro scouts across the country. Players are also evaluated for the opportunity to advance to a New Balance Future Stars Series Combine. (Source: futurestarsseries.com)

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Alex Reyes opened the game by pitching 1 2/3 scoreless inning for the World team while striking out four and hitting 101 mph on the radar gun. Joe Musgrove, a local high school product from the San Diego, CA area, got the starting nod for the US and threw a perfect 1st inning. For the US, the early hero was SS Alex Bregman, who tripled off Reyes in the 1st, doubled and scored in the 3rd against Angel Perdomo and singled in the 4th off Francisco Rios. He then had two more chances to hit for the cycle, but he fouled out against Reynaldo Lopez in the 7th and struck out against Adalberto Mejia in the 9th to end the game. DH Ryon Healy also had a pair of hits for the US, a double off Reyes in the 2nd and a single off Dovydas Neverauskas in the 8th. For the World team, Lopez threw a perfect inning and also hit 100 mph on the radar gun; Carson Fulmer, who pitched the 7th for the US, also had a perfect inning, striking out a pair of batters in the process.

The second son of former Major Leaguer Dante Bichette and younger brother of Dante’s son and Yankees prospect Dante Jr., Bo is the better prospect of the brothers and aspires to be the best big leaguer in the family. I assume dad is ok with that. Since being drafted in 2016’s second round, Bichette has absolutely torn the cover off the ball. In 22 games at the rookie level, he hit .427. Now in Low-A Lansing, he’ll play the whole season at age 19 and is still raking, posting a spine-tingling .384 average and .448 OBP. His 28 walks (one every 10 AB) look only somewhat impressive next to his 10 home runs, 12 steals (in 15 attempts) and 32 doubles. Three triples, too. (Source: www.minorleagueball.com)

 

 

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