Brad Zunica Scouting Report & Game Video
Dates Observed: June 9, 2018
Team/Organization: Lake Elsinore Storm (San Diego Padres)
League/Level: California League (High-A)
Scouting Notes: Tall, strong guy; slightly open stance; decent bat speed with pretty heavy pull orientation in approach. Big, big power stroke, particularly to his pull side in right field; will hit his fair share of towering shots. Huge raw power in BP, but question whether he’ll make enough contact to produce pop on a consistent basis at higher levels; will get awfully pull-happy approach and is susceptible to getting out front, rolling over, swinging through off-speed down and away, etc. Strikes out quite a bit; feast or famine guy, reminds me a bit of Colorado Rockies first base prospect Roberto Ramos. Defensively OK; will survive at first base, average but not flashy. For me, probably won’t hit enough to be an everyday guy, but there’s some carrying tool potential here with the pop; ideal American League fit with designated hitter potential to exploit bat, but Brad Zunica can still get there as a National Leaguer. Strikeouts are an issue; remains to be seen how he adjusts to better pitching at higher levels.
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