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Brian Jeroloman

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Brian Jeroloman
Name: Brian Christopher Jeroloman
Born: May 10, 1985 in Suffern, NY
Ht.: 6'0" / Wt.: 205 lbs
Bats: L / Throws: R
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Career2,411.232.360.32032
Drafted in the 6th round (180th overall) by the Toronto Blue Jays in 2006 (signed for $165,000)
Jeroloman was always considered a defense-first backstop, but even without big expectations offensively he took a step back this spring. The slump that affected Florida teammates Matt LaPorta and Adam Davis hit Jeroloman as well, though all three are considered better players than their performances this spring. His poor hitting seemed to carry over to his defensive play at times, as well. He showed sure hands, sound footwork and above-average receiving skills as an underclassman, and played well for Team USA last summer. Jeroloman has well-above-average arm strength and has turned in 1.9-second pop times in games. He has agility and good lateral movement behind the plate and is adept at blocking balls in the dirt. He has good rapport with pitchers and calls a good game. At the plate, he showed a feel for the strike zone and an ability to keep his hands inside the ball in the past, but showed an impatient, pull approach as a junior. Scouts also question his bat speed. He has below-average power and running speed.
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