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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    In the Regionals this weekend.

    Janish started all five games, he went

    4-20, with 3K, 2BB, 3R, 2RBI, 1E and 1CS

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    btw, im going to try and get other info up such as hitting/throwing, height, weight, etc. Right now im following BBA to get the draft tracking info.
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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    FWIW,

    Craig Burley at the Batters Box did a comprehensive study of all college hitters and listed all hitters, adjusting for strength of schedule and park factors. The Reds college hitters were rated as follows(note, this listed included all college hitters, not just draft eligibles, and doesn't adjust for position):

    2.OF-BJ Szymanski(Princeton) 153rd
    3.C-Craig Tatum(Mississippi St) 323rd
    5.SS-Paul Janish(Rice University) 92nd
    9.2B-Trevor Lawhorn(East Carolina) 104th
    12.OF-Cody Strait(Evansville U) 137th
    13.IF-Drew Anderson(Ohio St) 443rd
    15.3B-JD Reninger(Texas) 702nd

    looks to me like Janish should be left at SS for now.

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    BTW, Burley lists Jason Urquidez as the 23rd best college pitcher this season. Maybe a steal for the Reds in the 11th round.

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Quote Originally Posted by RedLegsToday
    BTW, Burley lists Jason Urquidez as the 23rd best college pitcher this season. Maybe a steal for the Reds in the 11th round.
    That would be nice (hehehe)
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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Tatum (from his hometown paper):
    Tatum, meanwhile, provided a steady presence behind the plate while batting .325 with 13 homers and 60 RBIs for Mississippi State. The Cincinnati Reds took Tatum in the third round, and it's a good bet the former Hattiesburg High School star will soon sign a professional contract.

    "I already got a Reds hat," Tatum said. "The Reds told me they have a desperate need for a catcher. It's been fun. I'm just glad I was able to share the experience with my parents and my girlfriend. In high school, I thought I'd be drafted, and it never happened."

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Quote Originally Posted by GriffeyFan
    Tatum (from his hometown paper):
    Tatum, meanwhile, provided a steady presence behind the plate while batting .325 with 13 homers and 60 RBIs for Mississippi State. The Cincinnati Reds took Tatum in the third round, and it's a good bet the former Hattiesburg High School star will soon sign a professional contract.

    "I already got a Reds hat," Tatum said. "The Reds told me they have a desperate need for a catcher. It's been fun. I'm just glad I was able to share the experience with my parents and my girlfriend. In high school, I thought I'd be drafted, and it never happened."
    Tatum was my runner-up for "first to show" but I just 'had' to choose a pitcher after princeton snapped up a position player for the first time ever (Symantics)
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    Reds draft selections, Day 2

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    19 ANDREW JENSON SAN DIEGO ST U LHP L/L 6'2" 200 1981-12-31 4YR
    20 ROBERT COELLO OKALOOSA WALTON CC C R/R 6'4" 215 1984-11-23 JR
    21 RAYMOND HONEY LAFAYETTE COUNTY HS SS R/R 6'1" 175 1985-12-24 HS
    22 MATTHEW LEVERING REGIS U 3B R/R 0'60" 195 1981-12-18 4YR
    23 PEDRO HAWKINS GREEN RIVER CC CF R/R 5'10" 195 1983-11-30 JR
    24 ADAM GILLIHAN CROWDER COL RHP R/R 6'3" 200 1983-09-28 JR
    25 ROBERT NICKOLS SABINO HS LHP L/L 6'5" 215 1986-03-04 HS
    26 JOHNNY DILLARD SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA ST RHP R/R 6'1" 160 1981-01-14 4YR
    27 JAMES LANGHAM GEORGIA COL RF R/R 0'0" 0 1982-09-03 4YR
    28 DONNIE ECKER LOS ALTOS HS CF L/R 6'4" 190 1986-03-09 HS
    29 TERRANCE SPARKS PRAIRIE VIEW A&M U LHP L/L 0'60" 170 1983-02-19 4YR
    30 DAVID GRIFFIN FRESNO ST U LHP L/L 0'60" 180 1981-08-16 4YR
    31 JACOB ARRIETA PLANO EAST SR HS RHP R/R 6'3" 210 1986-03-06 HS
    32 ROBERT WACHMAN VALDOSTA ST U RHP R/R 0'0" 0 1982-04-10 4YR
    33 DYLAN MOSELEY ARKANSAS HS RHP R/R 6'4" 185 1986-06-18 HS
    34 DREW PHILLIPS NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA ST SS R/R 6'2" 195 1981-04-12 4YR
    35 ROBERT PALENCIA MONSIGNOR EDWARD PACE HS RHP R/R 6'1" 190 1986-01-09 HS
    36 TODD JOHNSON CENTRAL MICHIGAN U LHP L/L 0'63" 210 1980-11-29 4YR
    37 ANDREW WELLS TULSA UNION HS LF R/R 6'2" 205 1985-08-08 HS
    38 ROBERT ORTON FLORIDA ATLANTIC U C R/R 6'1" 210 1982-05-24 4YR
    39 MARIO COLLETTO SIMI VALLEY HS 1B L/L 6'3" 165 1986-03-20 HS
    40 BRAD MORENKO OAKLAND U RHP R/R 6'4" 215 1981-08-15 4YR
    41 SCOTT MUELLER GREENWAY HS RHP R/R 6'3" 175 1986-06-09 HS
    42 BEN PRICE TERRA LINDA HS SS S/R 0'63" 185 1986-05-20 HS
    43 BENJAMIN PARKER HUSTON-TILLOTSON COLLEGE RHP R/R 6'3" 220 1980-08-01 4YR
    44 JACOB LONG JOHANSEN HS C R/R 6'1" 180 1986-04-17 HS
    45 BRANDON ROBERTS U MICHIGAN RF L/R 0'64" 215 1981-08-08 4YR
    46 JUSTIN GLOVER WESTSIDE HS 1B R/R 6'1" 220 1985-10-31 HS
    47 BRADLEY JARRELL DENHAM SPRINGS HS 1B R/R 0'0" 0 1985-10-18 HS
    48 BRADLEY KEY U SOUTH CAROLINA 3B R/R 6'0" 185 1983-03-14 4YR
    49 TYLER CALES JAMES MADISON HS RHP R/R 6'4" 195 1986-02-20 HS
    50 JUAN BUCK EAST HS LF R/R 6'3" 214 1985-01-26 HS
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    Re: Reds draft selections, Day 2

    already taken care of
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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Final tally of the 50 rounds:
    23 pitchers, 8 of them left handers.
    8 - RHP out of high school
    7 - RHP out of college
    2 - LHP out of high school
    6 - LHP out of college

    C - 3 from college, 1 from baseball academy, 1 from high school
    1 - 3 out of high school
    2 - 2 out of college
    SS - 2 out of college, 3 out of high school
    3 - 3 out of college
    OF - 6 out of college, 3 out of high school
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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Just sign all of them please!!!!

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Quote Originally Posted by GriffeyFan
    Tatum (from his hometown paper):
    "I already got a Reds hat," Tatum said. "The Reds told me they have a desperate need for a catcher."
    Sounds like somebody isn't as sold on Miguel Perez as we've been hearing...

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    The Reds would be lucky if they signed half their draft picks. Last year they didn't even hit that many. If they sign thirty or more, that's a great job.

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Quote Originally Posted by knuckler
    Sounds like somebody isn't as sold on Miguel Perez as we've been hearing...
    or Larue

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    Re: 2004 Cincinnati Reds MLB Draft Selections

    Quote Originally Posted by Aronchis
    or Larue
    Or Miller or Sardinha

    You've gotta figure Jason's a short-timer. He's passed his peak of pay-versus-production for the Cincy budget and is rapidly descending down the far side of the hill.
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