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Dec '11 13

Prospects in 2011 – Nick Urbanus – Spokane Indians

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

Nick Urbanus

Birth Date: 03/29/1992 in Uithoorn, Netherlands
Throws/Bats: Right/Switch
Organization: Texas Rangers
Position: Middle Infield

2011 Season: The 19-year-old switch hitter Nick Urbanus made his professional debut in 2011. He spent most of his time in the Arizona Summer League, playing for the Texas Rangers affiliate. In September he got called up to the Northwest League to join the Spokane Indians, where he played one game. He split time between second base and shortstop, as the Rangers evaluate his premier position. He batted .279/.348/.351 with ten extra base hits,35 runs and 30 RBI in 51 games.
Career Stats: 51 GP, 235 PA, 208 AB, 35 R, 30 RBI, 12 SB, 5 CS, 21 BB, 38 SO, AVG .279, OBP .348, SLG .351
Highest Level: Low-A (2011)
Link to Baseball Reference

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