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Bryan Woo

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Bryan Woo
Name: Bryan Joseph Woo
Born: Jan 30, 2000 in Oakland,
College: Cal Poly
Ht.: 6'2" / Wt.: 205 lbs
Bats: R / Throws: R
Drafted in the 6th round (174th overall) by the Seattle Mariners in 2021 (signed for $318,200)
Woo wasn’t widely known in high school, but he showed such promising stuff in the Alaska League the summer after he graduated that teams tried to sign him as a nondrafted free agent. He stuck with his commitment to Cal Poly and spent three seasons bouncing between starting and relieving for the Mustangs. Woo’s stuff ticked up this spring to make him one of the fastest risers on the West Coast, but he suffered an elbow injury in mid April and had Tommy John surgery. Woo’s fastball sits 91-95 mph as a starter and 94-96 mph as a reliever out of a loose, clean delivery. He’s a good athlete and still has room to add strength and throw harder, with some evaluators predicting he will touch 100 mph in the future. Woo’s fastball has been hittable at times, but when he locates it to his arm side, it gets under righthanded hitters’ hands and leaves them largely helpless. His slider is developing and began flashing above-average shortly before he got hurt. Woo was used heavily at Cal Poly and will need to rehab after surgery, but teams are interested in his arm strength and athleticism and see him as an intriguing buy-low candidate.
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