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The Book on Andrew Brackman
Prospect Info and Scouting Report
Andrew Brackman / RHP, CHW
Cincinnati, OH, USA
School: North Carolina State
351 | 2/28/2013
ScoutingBook Combine Ranking (5/23/2013): #896
MiLB.com Season Preview: Unranked or n/a
Scout.com/FOX Sports: Unranked or n/a
ESPN: Unranked or n/a
Minor League Ball (Sickels): Unranked or n/a
Baseball America 2013: Unranked or n/a
Baseball Prospectus: Unranked or n/a
Total professional at-bats: .
Total professional innings pitched: .
A textbook example of a signing for raw potential, Andrew Brackman was scouted by the Yankees since his days in a Cincinnati high school. Despite their early infatuation, the Yankees finally cut him after watching him flail in the minors for a few seasons, making him a low-risk, high-upside sort of player for less-invested organizations to gamble upon. The Yank systems has never been known for getting the best from young pitchers, so some new coaches could do wonders, here.
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