“Baseball America” 2011 Draft Update

The talk preseason was about how UConn was a team that possessed two sure-fire first round picks on its roster.

Baseball America just released their Midseason Top-50 for the 2011 MLB Draft, and sure enough George Springer and Matt Barnes are right at the top of the list:

George Springer, OF, Jr. (Photo Courtesy of UConn Athletics)

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George Springer:

2011 Stats: 36 G (36 GS), .348 BA, 16 2B, 5 HR, 43 RBI, 16-22 SB

Current Rank: No. 10     Previous Rank: No. 4

“Best college athlete available is regaining momentum after a [s]low start.”



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Matt Barnes, SP, Jr. (Photo Courtesy of UConn Athletics)

Matt Barnes:
2011 Stats: 7-2 Record, 1.04 ERA (2 CG Shutouts), 69.0 IP, 61 K, 16 BB, .149 BAA

Current Rank: No. 14     Previous Rank: No. 8

“How deep is 2011? Barnes would have been in the running to be top college pitcher drafted in 2010.”






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About adamgiardino

I am from Franklin, Massachusetts which is about 1:15 northeast of Storrs. As a senior, I am double-majoring in Communications and Journalism at the University of Connecticut and will be graduating May 2011. I work at 91.7 WHUS as Sports Director and I have been broadcasting UConn games on the radio for four years. I broadcasted the Big East Baseball Tournament as well as the 2010 NCAA Regional in Norwich, Conn. and will continue to be covering the team throughout the 2011 season. With any UConn-related questions, leave a comment or e-mail me at giardino.adam@gmail.com. View all posts by adamgiardino

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