I’ve always been a big fan of Garin Cecchini, ever since I first saw as a prospect in high school. My favorite thing about him at the time was how well rounded his game was. He wasn’t a raw product coming out of high school. He had a very advanced feel for the game and natural baseball instincts. His approach at the plate was advanced for his age. He showed an ability to limit his strikeouts and a line drive stroke that would allow him to hit for average. And then he had the frame that you could project to get bigger, which would lead to more power production.
On defense he looked fluid and smooth, with good hands and a strong arm — somebody you could easily project to play third base for a big league club down the line.
The question mark with Cecchini has always been…
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