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Scouting Mets Prospect #27: Robbie Shields

The New York Mets made Robbie Shields their second overall pick in the 2009 draft. It was not quite the first season the shortstop anticipated when he arrived in Brooklyn, but Shields persevered through the New York-Penn League. Unfortunately, his season on a sour note when it was learned he would undergo elbow surgery. What tools will help him bounce back quicker? Look inside to find out.

To discuss all of the scouting reports, head to the Subscribers Forum Vital Statistics Name: Robbie Shields DOB: December 12, 1987 Height: 6'1" Weight: 195 Bats: Right Throws: Right Status: 3rd Round (2009) – Florida Southern The Mets reached up the west coast of Florida when they selected shortstop Robbie Shields out of Florida Southern College. Following an impressive stint in the Cape...

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