Stephen Piscotty MLB Draft Profile

2012 MLB Draft Profiles

Stephen Piscotty, Junior, 1st Base, Stanford       

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Bay Area native Stephen Piscotty is an all-around player. He began at Stanford as an outfielder but in 2011 became the starting first baseman and is now an All-American at that position. He has decent speed, stealing seven of 11 bases and an on base percentage of .387 in 2011. It’s not his highest percentage of his college career but it certainly is good. He is a consistent hitter, batting a team high .365 with 35 runs earning him First Team Collegiate All-American honors.


Draft Projection

With a little work on his defense and hitting power, Piscotty can slide up in the draft but would most likely be projected in the third or fourth rounds. This year at Stanford can improve his stock. As of right now, he can play third base at the next level because of his strong arm and would be useful to get possible singles and doubles batting in front of a power hitter.


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