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Nov '09 12

Prospects in 2009 – Donald Lutz – GCL Reds

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During the winter months we are going to look back at the performances of Europeans, who played in the United States during the 2009 season.

Donald Lutz

Birth date: 02/06/1989 in Watertown, USA
Throws/Bats: Right/Left
Organization: Cincinnati Reds
Position: First Base/Outfield

2009 Season: After impressing his coaches during extended spring training, Donald Lutz again was assigned to the Gulf Coast League affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. He batted .169 (OBP .246/SLG .305) with four extra base hits, nine runs scored and ten RBI in just 16 games before breaking his hand on a backswing on July 22, ending his season. He hit for the cycle on July 10th against the GCL Twins, going four-for-five with four runs scored and four RBI. The German national teamer missed the IBAF Baseball World Cup in September and is currently making up for the missed time this summer, by playing in Australia.

Career Stats: 50 GP, 185 PA, 167 AB, 31 R, 37 H, 29 RBI, 14 BB, 35 SO, AVG .222, OBP .292, SLG .341
Highest Level: Rookie (Gulf Coast League 2008/2009)

Andrei Lobanov (Twins)
Thomas de Wolf (Mets)
Dwayne Kemp (Cubs)
Matteo Pizziconi (Reds)
Petr Cech (Reds)
Jan Baldee (Astros)
Luca Panerati (Reds)
Frédéric Hanvi (Twins)
Swen Huijer (Red Sox)
Mariekson Gregorius (Reds)
Jeroen de Haas (Mariners)

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