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Jul 11, 2005 - Jul 17, 2005   Bayside Yankees  30
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Dan Feldman
RHP 1B 6-6 230   R/R

FB
60
40
OF
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1B
C
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Oct 22, 2004 - Oct 25, 2004   Team Ontario  25
5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Dan Feldman
RHP 1B 6-8 220   R/R

FB
89
60
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
89
CB
72
SL
CH
81
Split
Knuckle
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Oct 04, 2003 - Oct 06, 2003   South Florida Bandits  51
All Fields - Ft. Myers, FL
Dan Feldman
RHP 1B 6-8 220   R/R

FB
88
60
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
88
CB
69
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
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Aug 08, 2003 - Aug 10, 2003     
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, NC
Dan Feldman
RHP 1B 6-8 220   R/R

FB
85
60
7.59
40
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IF
1B
C
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CH
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Feldman gets your attention right away because of his listed 6-6, 220 lb. frame that looks even larger on the mound. He throws from a slinging high ¾’s arm action and would benefit from breaking his hands earlier in his delivery to gain better balance and rhythm to his delivery. Feldman’s fastball started off at 82 mph but he kept bumping it notch by notch as he got looser and smoother and was sitting steady at 86 mph after he’d been on the mound for a while. His upside rests on gaining more velocity in the future and that’s a definite possibility. Feldman’s curveball is a non-factor right now and he’ll need to work on some sort of off-speed or breaking pitch to keep hitters honest. His size and raw arm strength make him a very interesting prospect. And he's only a junior in high school. Next year could be very telling.
PG Grade 8.0




Jun 13, 2003 - Jun 15, 2003   Dark Green  24
University of Nebraska - Lincoln, NE
Dan Feldman
RHP 1B 6-8 220   R/R

FB
85
60
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
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CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
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Feldman is a very big, young "05" from New Jersey. His big strong frame will cause scouts to keep him on their follow list. He threw mid 80s in Lincoln using more leverage than arm speed. If he doesn't already he should get on a good long throwing program to increase his arm speed. His breaking ball shows promise, but once again lacks the fast arm that most good breaking ball pitchers possess. At any rate, he needs to be followed at 6'6/220 and being only a junior in high school throwing 85 mph with just leverage and strength. We plan to keep a close eye on Daniel. He's a good student as well.
PG Grade 7.5