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D.J. Stewart Scouting Report

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D.J. Stewart’s Info
Height: 6’0″
Weight: 230
Bats: Left
Throws: Right
Age/Birthday: 21/11-30-93
School/Year: Florida State/Junior
Position: OF

D.J. Stewart’s Scouting Report

Hitting

Stewart is one of the more underrated hitters in this draft. He has an outstanding knowledge of the strike zone to go with extreme patience at the plate. Stewart has a level swing and generates plenty of power. He looks like a guy that could hit 30 plus homers a season with some professional coaching.

Fielding

Stewart lacks the range and arm to play outfield at the next level, so expect him to be either a designated hitter or a first baseman.

Baserunning

Stewart isn’t going to wow anyone with his speed, but he does still the occasional base.

Scouting Grades

Contact: 4/5
Power: 4/5
Run: 3/5
Arm: 3/5
Field: 3/5
Overall: 17/25
Potential: B

D.J. Stewart’s Stats

YearTeamAgeGABAVGRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOOBPSLG
2013Florida State1960225.3645082252559843840.469.560
2014Florida State2053194.3514568190750414030.472.557
2015Florida State2162205.322596610213551136945.509.580

D.J. Stewart’s Best Fit

Stewart’s perfect fit would be the Baltimore Orioles at either 25 or 36 overall. Stewart has the power that Baltimore has become accustom to. He also looks like a guy that could be in the big leagues by 2017.

D.J. Stewart’s Draft Projection

Late First-Round to Compensation Pick

Comparison

Mike Napoli – Boston Red Sox

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