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Dec '10 27

Prospects in 2010 – Scott Ronnenbergh – AZL Mariners



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.

Scott Ronnenbergh

Birth Date: 01/11/1992 in the Netherlands
Throws/Bats: Left/Left
Organization: Seattle Mariners
Position: Pitcher

2010 Season: Signed by the Seattle Mariners in April the 18-year-old Scott Ronnenbergh made his professional debut in the Arizona Summer League at the beginning of June. Overall the southpaw had eight relief appearances for the AZL Mariners, going 0-1 with a save and an ERA of 2.13. He struck out eight batters in 12 2/3 innings, while walking eleven.
Career Stats: 0-1, ERA 2.13, WHIP 1.816, 12.2 IP, 8 SO, 11 BB
Highest Level: Rookie (2010)
Link to Baseball-Reference.com

Previous:
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)




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