Dailey Turning Heads Early In Pro Career, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Dailey Turning Heads Early In Pro Career
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, April 7, 2011
After an excellent fall 2010 professional baseball debut(.276 BA, .447 OBP, 5 SB, 9 W) ,Terriers alumni Brandon Dailey has picked up where he left off this spring with what has been a very impressive beginning to his long road toward the MLB. Brandon will be designated to the Reds Rookie Ball affiliate in the Pioneer League. MLBDepthcharts.com recently had some very impressive things to say abou

t Brandon's makeup and tools: (Article written by Marc Hefferan at MLBDepthcharts.com) Cincinnati Reds Brandon Dailey, IF 2010 stats: Did not play As I stated earlier with my Phillies' choice of Eldemire, I rarely step away from the stat base of the 'Under the Radar Feature' criteria and choose a kid that I simply have a gut feeling about. Nevertheless, going by gut instinct occasionally garners the best result. Dailey is another one of those players. Listed at 5’10" and 170 lbs, Dailey is a born leader on the field with speed on the base paths and aggressiveness at the plate. Scouts consider the right-handed hitter an above-average athlete with a collection of skills unmatched in the system from a 19 yr old. He is a superior defender with soft hands and a strong arm. Drafted in the 34th Round in 2010, the Reds hope that their small investment can reap huge awards.
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