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Dec '11 20

Prospects in 2011 – Luca Panerati – Dayton Dragons

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

Luca Panerati

Birth Date: 12/02/1989 in Grosseto, Italy
Throws/Bats: Left/Left
Organization: Cincinnati Reds (released)
Position: Pitcher

2011 Season: After three years at the Rookie level to start his professional career, the 22-year-old Luca Panerati was called up to the Single-A Dayton Dragons of the Midwest League. He appeared in 17 games as a left-handed reliever with an ERA of 4.15. He struck out 25 in 34 2/3 innings, walking nine. Unfortunately his adventure in the American minor leagues ends at this point for now, as the Reds released him this fall. He is most likely to join an Italian Baseball League club for the 2012 season.
Career Stats: W-L 6-10, ERA 4.59, WHIP 1.302, 52 GP, 15 GS, 149 IP, 99 SO, 32 BB
Highest Level: Single A (2011)
Link to Baseball Reference

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