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Adam Haseley

#40 | OF | PhilliesPHI
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Adam Haseley
Name: Adam Donald Haseley
Born: Apr 12, 1996 in Windermere, Fla. USA
High School: The First Academy, Orlando
College: Virginia
Ht.: 6'1" / Wt.: 195 lbs
Bats: L / Throws: L
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2018466.305.361.43311
Career681.298.360.42414
Drafted in the 1st round (8th overall) by the Philadelphia Phillies in 2017 (signed for $5,100,000)
Haseley has a winner's pedigree, having helped Orlando's First Academy to a 2014 NHSI title, then keying Virginia's 2015 College World Series championship with a five-inning start in the CWS Finals. Haseley was considered a bit more of a prospect on the mound out of high school but prefers hitting and has hit his way into the first round as a junior, breaking out with more power than he's ever shown before. Scouts still peg him as an average power hitter and knock his rotational swing, but his performance has demonstrated improved feel for hitting and an ability to make his average power play. He ranked among the national leaders in slugging, batting, hits and total bases in early May. An above-average hitter, Haseley has shown the ability to hit the ball out to all fields, controls the strike zone and has an advanced approach. He hits plenty of line drives but also has learned to loft the ball, producing more home runs. He's also an above-average runner underway who grades out as an average defender in center field. Haseley could stick there as a pro but may slide to a corner, where his average, accurate arm could tick up as he gives up pitching. He's an upper-80s lefthander and tremendous competitor on the mound who is ready to stop pulling double-duty and focus on hitting. Physically and in his overall game, Haseley fits a similar profile as former Expos outfielder Brad Wilkerson.
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