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Sandro Fabian Scouting Report & Game Video

Position: OF
Height/Weight: 6’1”, 180 lbs.
Bats/Throws: R/R
Birthdate: March 6, 1998
Hometown: Santo Domingo, Dom. Rep.
School: None
FV (20-80): 50 (Everyday Outfielder)
MLB ETA: 2020

Dates Observed: June 29 – July 3, 2018

Team/Organization: San Jose Giants (San Francisco Giants)
League/Level: California League (High-A)
Scouting Notes: Young for the level; advanced quickly through the Giants’ system, currently one of their more well-regarded prospects overall. OK size with ample room left to grow into his body; should fill out well over next few years, and put on a decent amount of strength … At the plate, he’s a very aggressive hitter, looking to hack and do damage; quick/early at-bats, not going to walk much and will run into his fair share of strikeouts simply because he’s swinging at most of the pitches he sees right now. Swing can get long at times, will show some bat wrap and can get tied up against hard stuff on his inner half, but bat speed is pretty good and he should increasingly be able to handle velocity well as he develops … Not a ton of power, either raw BP or actualized in-game; line drive look in my first viewing here, primarily to his pull side … OK/slightly below-average speed; 4.31 up the line from the RHH box, 4.72 and 4.75 on the turn at first base, and 8.31 (twice) to second base in my look this series … Decently strong arm in from right field; on target, threw well, good velo and carry to target with perfect accuracy in a couple of chances during my series look here; quick release, gets the ball back into the infield pretty quickly with a sense of urgency to track it down; should be enough raw arm strength to stay in right field, though athletic ability and foot speed could conceivably put him in either corner at ceiling … Overall, easy 50 FV for Sandro Fabian with plenty of upside and some time to develop; unless power really develops through the next couple seasons as he refines his hit tool, Fabian may be ticketed for more of a left field everyday role than a right field one, but at least based on my early impressions here, I think he’ll still be well within range of that 50 FV everyday outfielder ceiling.

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