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Daniel Vogelbach

#20 | 1B
Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners
Daniel Vogelbach
Name: Daniel Vogelbach
Born: Dec 17, 1992 in North Fort Myers, Fla. USA
High School: Bishop Verot HS, Fort Myers, Fla.
Ht.: 6'0" / Wt.: 250 lbs
Bats: L / Throws: R
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Career127.197.301.3154
Drafted in the 2nd round (68th overall) by the Chicago Cubs in 2011 (signed for $1,600,000)
Vogelbach is not a good runner, but he helped Bishop Verot win the Florida 3-A championship for the first time since 1994 when he scampered home from second base with the winning run on a deflected single by Hudson Boyd--a likely top-two-rounds pick as a pitcher. Vogelbach hit 17 homers in 32 games and has some of the best lefthanded power in the draft due to excellent strength and a sound, loose swing. He put it on display last December at the annual Power Showcase--the event made famous by Bryce Harper's 502-foot homer--by launching one 508 feet with a metal bat and won the event. He is more than a masher, with solid hitting ability and a fairly polished approach. But at 6 feet, 240 pounds, Vogelbach has work to do physically and will never be thought of as athletic. He has trimmed up in the last year, particularly since last summer's East Coast Pro Showcase, when he weighed more than 280 pounds. Vogelbach is limited to first base and may be limited to the American League, but he may hit his way into the firs three rounds. He's committed to Florida.
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