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Scouting Mets Prospect #11: Scott Shaw

The Mets drafted right-hander Scott Shaw in the 13th round of the 2008 draft but feel they scored much higher value than his round would dictate. During his stint in Brooklyn, Shaw showed off a unique blend of tools and maturity that has the organization believing they have a fast riser in their possession, and he should confirm those beliefs with a big second season.

Vital Statistics: Name: Scott Shaw DOB: August 3, 1986 Height: 6'5" Weight: 230 Throws: Right Bats: Right Status: 13th Round Pick (2008) – University of Illinois Heading into the start of the 2008 New York-Penn League season, right-hander Scott Shaw did not generate the kind of attention that teammate and first-round pick Brad Holt received, but that is how the 22-year-old and 13th round pick...

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