AB 1607
AVG .246
OBP .306
SLG .377
HR 28
  • Full name Tucker Neuhaus
  • Born 06/18/1995 in Tampa, FL
  • Profile Ht.: 6'3" / Wt.: 190 / Bats: L / Throws: R
  • School Wharton
  • Drafted in the CB-B round (72nd overall) by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2013 (signed for $771,000).
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    Neuhaus' older brother died in a car accident in the offseason, and he has struggled to find solace on the field, with nagging injuries such as a pulled quadriceps muscle and burst eardrum. In spite of his tough year, there's a lot to like with Neuhaus, who comes from a baseball family. His father Ken was a head coach at Division III Bethel (Minn.) and an assistant at Iowa before moving the family to Florida, where he has served as a part-time scout with the Reds. Neuhaus has grown into his 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame and plays with savvy and above-average tools. He's athletic for his size and has the soft hands and footwork of someone who loves the game and has played it a lot. Some scouts believe he can handle shortstop, while others see him as a profile third baseman, where he should be an excellent defender. He has good range and solid arm strength for the left side of the infield. He also offers lefthanded power, especially to the pull side. Neuhaus is committed to Louisville and scouts have had a hard time seeing him this spring, which might force him lower on draft boards. He still could play his way into the first two rounds if he performs well in Sebring at the Florida high school all-star game.

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