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Scouting Video: Peter Tago, RHP, Dana Hills HS (2010 Draft)

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November 10, 2009

Peter Tago is a guy to get familiar with for the 2010 MLB Draft. Baseball Beginnings has seen him at the Area Codes, Aflac, Angels Elite, and now in Florida. I think I’ve seen more Tago than I have of myself lately.

But that’s OK, because that’s my job. Here’s my Tago scouting history. Area Codes, he was lights out. Aflac, he lowered his slot and spent a lot of time in the dirt. Angels Elite, same thing. Florida, last week, his slot was raised and he was back to 88-93 with a 76-78 curveball. There are big clubs reading this right now saying, hey, I hope my area guy has seen as much as this guy has.

Tago is a player we’ll have the full Baseball Beginnings coverage package leading up to the draft. In the meantime, here’s his pre-season greatest hits.

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2 Responses to “Scouting Video: Peter Tago, RHP, Dana Hills HS (2010 Draft)”

  1. DrBGiantsfan says:

    Love this site! I’m impressed that this kid has such a projectable frame, kind of a thinner version of Taijuan Walker. Love the whippy arm action.

  2. Adam McInturff says:

    Walker probably is the better athlete but Tago’s more polished, probably just as projectable, and has a much better chance of it all “coming together”, if you will.

    John’s right when he says “your next door neighbor could see big league all over this kid.” That Angels Elite scouting video shows you about everything you need to see body and delivery wise. The arm is quick and the body not only projectable, but already has some muscle. This kid could be something serious.

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