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2015 29th (883) - Gabriel Garcia - C - Monteverde Academy (FL)


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The O's go back to the high school ranks in round 29 to select Gabriel Garcia, their first prep backstop of the 2015 draft.

Garcia stands in at 6'3", 205 pound and is committed to Florida International.

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I saw him twice this year. Big strong kid, arm was strong and accurate. His hitting mechanics need work as it did not look like he used his lower half consistently. He appeared to be engaged throughout the games with an edge.

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