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Dec '11 15

Prospects in 2011 – Luca Martone – GCL Astros



We are taking a look back at the 2011 season in the Minor Leagues for our European prospects.

Luca Martone

Birth Date: 10/21/1992 in Anzio, Italy
Throws/Bats: Right/Switch
Organization: Houston Astros
Position: Second Base

2011 Season: The 19-year-old infielder Luca Martone from Anzio, Italy, played his second professional season in the United States. He again took the field for the Houston Astros affiliate in the Gulf Coast League. He had a productive season, going .314/.385/.386 with five doubles, nine runs and two RBI in 29 games.
Career Stats: 49 GP, 136 PA, 122 AB, 13 R, 5 RBI, 12 BB, 31 SO, AVG .254, OBP .326, SLG .295
Highest Level: Rookie (2010, 2011)
Link to Baseball Reference

Previous:
Jennell Hudson (Boston Red Sox)
Andy Paz (Oakland Athletics)
Bjorn Hato (New York Mets)
Alejandro Sanchez (Atlanta Braves)
Thomas de Wolf (New York Mets)
Andrea Pizziconi (Kansas City Royals)
Rodney Daal (San Diego Padres)
Ruben Rijkhof (Atlanta Braves)
Lars Huijer (Seattle Mariners)
Markus Solbach (Minnesota Twins)
Kevin Weijgertse (New York Mets)
Matej Hejma (Minnesota Twins)
Scott Ronnenbergh (Seattle Mariners)
Kalian Sams (Seattle Mariners)
Victor Velazquez (Atlanta Braves)
Dovydas Neverauskas (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Nick Urbanus (Texas Rangers)
Jeroen de Haas (Seattle Mariners)




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