AB 2363
AVG .261
OBP .309
SLG .433
HR 75
  • Full name Todd Mcintosh Glaesmann
  • Born 10/24/1990 in Waco, TX
  • Profile Ht.: 6'4" / Wt.: 225 / Bats: R / Throws: R
  • School Midway
  • Drafted in the 3rd round (108th overall) by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2009 (signed for $930,000).
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    After a so-so performance on the showcase circuit last summer and surgery to repair a torn thumb ligament last fall, Glaesmann has exceeded expectations this spring. He has emerged as a potential five-tool talent and a possible second-round pick. He has a prototype 6-foot-4, 205-pound frame that should give him plenty of leverage for power, though he employs more of a line-drive approach at this point. Glaesmann has some obvious length to his swing, but he shows patience and should hit for average from the right side of the plate. He has solid speed and arm strength, with the possibility of sticking in center field and the tools to be a standout in right field should he move there down the road. A quality athlete, Glaesmann played quarterback and wide receiver in high school and played through the injury to his left (non-throwing) thumb. One area scout compared him to former Texas high school and college star Drew Stubbs, the eighth overall pick in the 2006 draft, with less athleticism but better baseball skills. Glaesmann has committed to Texas A&M.

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  • Rated Best Power Hitter in the Tampa Bay Rays in 2013
  • Rated Best Defensive Outfielder in the Midwest League in 2012
  • Rated Best Outfield Arm in the Tampa Bay Rays in 2011
  • Rated Best Outfield Arm in the Tampa Bay Rays in 2010

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