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Oct 22, 2004 - Oct 25, 2004   Dallas Panthers  10
5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Tony Sanchez
3B SS 5-7 185   L/R

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40
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Jul 29, 2004 - Jul 31, 2004   Green  2
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Tony Sanchez
3B SS 5-7 185   L/R

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7.62
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78
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Tony Sanchez is a 2006 infielder from Mesquite, Texas. We’d seen Sanchez play earlier in the week at Baylor as part of the South Top Prospects Showcase, so watching this smiling and talented young player a couple more days was a pleasure. Sanchez didn’t do much in the workout portion, but really shined during the games. He played more shortstop than the previous showcase and handled the position with skill and maturity. Sanchez’s hands and release are first rate. Sanchez’s left handed stroke was quicker if anything than the previous event, and he lined some shots up the middle against mid-80’s fastballs. College coaches aren’t going to get excited about Sanchez’s build, but there aren’t many places that he won’t be able to play when those coaches see him in a couple of games.
PG Grade 7.0




Jul 25, 2004 - Jul 27, 2004   White  15
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Tony Sanchez
3B SS 5-7 185   L/R

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7.67
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Tony Sanchez is a 2006 infielder from Mesquite, TX, whose baseball skills far surpass his solid 5'7", 185 lb. frame. As an infielder, Sanchez has extremely quick, big league quality hands with one of the quickest releases we’ve seen in a long time. He made a play at third base charging a slow roller that had the scouts looking at each other as if to say "did you see that?" Sanchez has a lively lower half and plays much faster than his 60 time. At the plate, Sanchez is a left handed hitter with a simple line drive swing that produced multiple base hits during games. He could benefit from some additional hand strength, but his swing fundamentals are well above average with plus bat control. This young man also really loves playing baseball and was an obvious leader in the dugout and on the field with his teammates. Sanchez also throws in the upper 70’s, topping out at 81 mph, from the mound with a 71 mph breaking ball. He's a high level college player. Tony is an excellent student.
PG Grade 8.0




Jul 06, 2004 - Jul 11, 2004   Dallas Panthers  6
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Tony Sanchez
3B SS 5-7 185   L/R

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Jul 23, 2003 - Jul 25, 2003   White  4
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Tony Sanchez
3B SS 5-6 169   L/R

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60
7.75
40
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78
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Sanchez is an infielder who impressed us with his excellent bat. He is a sub six foot third baseman with a lean body that projects well. He showed a good backhand and actions at the hot corner throwing with 78 mph velocity across the infield. His bat is his best tool and better than most right now. His bat was one of the best out of the contact-hitter types in Waco. He showed Major League bat-speed with wood, a naturally level swing plane and hit his share of hard line drives. He is a player that has some power potential and we will look forward to seing him next spring and summer.
PG Grade 7.0