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Jan '11 05

Prospect in 2010 – Victor Velazquez – DSL Braves

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Like last year we’re taking a look back at the performances by the Europeans who played in affiliated minor league ball in the United States in 2010.

Victor Velazquez

Birth Date: 08/26/1992 in Spain
Throws/Bats: Right/Right
Organization: Atlanta Braves
Position: Catcher

2010 Season: In his first professional season the 18-year-old Victor Velazquez took the position behind the plate for the Atlanta Braves affiliate in the Dominican Summer League in 2010. He played in seven games, collecting just one hit and three walks in 24 plate appearances. However he threw out six of twelve potential base stealers.
Career Stats: 7GP, 24 PA, 21 AB, 1 H, 3 BB, 8 SO, AVG .048, OBP .167, SLG .048
Highest Level: Rookie (2010)
Link to Baseball-Reference.com

Thomas De Wolf (Mets)
Daan Cornelissen (Pirates)
Matej Hejma (Twins)
Luca Martone (Astros)
Ruben Rijkhof (Braves)
Dovydas Neverauskas (Pirates)
Jeroen de Haas (Mariners)
Frederic Hanvi (Twins)
Andrea Pizziconi (Diamondbacks)
Tom Stuifbergen (Twins)
Deion Galvan (Braves)
Kalian Sams (Mariners)
Swen Huijer (Red Sox)
Rien Vernooij (Mets)
Andrea Lucati (Astros)
Kevin Weijgertse (Mets)
Björn Hato (Mets)
Max Kepler-Rozycki (Twins)
Andrei Lobanov (Twins)
Scott Ronnenbergh (Mariners)
Luca Panerati (Cincinnati Reds)
Loek van Mil (Twins)
Mike Bolsenbroek (Phillies)
Alessandro Maestri (Cubs)

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