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Final 2004 Scouting Report: 2B, Blake Whealy

The New York Mets selected Blake Whealy in the 13th round of the 2002 draft out of Evansville University where he led the team in home runs (13) and stolen bases (18) as a junior. A product of good baseball genes, Whealy's father Patrick played in the Dodgers' farm system. Here is a scouting report on the Bombers' second baseman, Blake Whealy.

Vital Statistics: Name: Blake Whealy Position: Second Base DOB: May 27, 1980 Height: 6'1" Weight: 180 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born in San Benito, Texas, Whealy was the middle child of two athletically inclined parents. His father played baseball while his mother did tennis-- both competed at the collegiate level, with Blake's father a former prospect in the Los Angeles Dodgers' system. When...

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