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MMLN – St. Lucie Power Statements

A series-long observation of the St. Lucie Mets provided the opportunity to get a good feel for where these High-A prospects stand at this point in the season. There is still a long way to go, but there was still enough to ascertain where they are and could go in 2010. In the following power statements, Inside Pitch offers a brief but to the point observations of each St. Lucie prospect.

To Discuss Any or All These Power Statements, Head Over to The Subscribers Forum PITCHERS: Eric Beaulac: Added weight has given Beaulac greater strength and velocity behind his fastball. His fastball velocity hit 92 MPH more often than last year. His slider has good, late break when finished. His changeup is still a touch and go pitch. His mechanics are looking good. There is still work...

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