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Braden Montgomery
Ht/Wt: 6' 2"/217 lbs
Position: OF/RHP
Team: Stanford

Braden Montgomery - Prospect Profile

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - March 18th: "He’s done a nice job on both sides of the plate early this season. The lefthanded swing might be better overall, but he has made plenty of impact from both sides. He offers a tantalizing power and OBP combination while profiling as a solid right fielder with top-of-the-scale arm strength."

Joe Doyle - Future Star Series - March 18th: "A two-way guy by nature, Montgomery likely best projects as a prototype right fielder with plus power, some calling it 70-grade raw, as well as above average athleticism both on the base paths and in the field. He’s shown tremendous barrel control, as well as a refined eye at the plate."

MLB.com - March 8th: "Montgomery had more of a hit-over-power profile in high school but that has reversed in college. A switch-hitter with strength and a quick, aggressive stroke from both sides of the plate, he does more damage as a lefty hitter, and his plus power plays to all parts of the ballpark."

Keith Law - The Athletic - March 7th: "He’s been a two-way player before but he’s nowhere near the same kind of prospect on the mound, where he has arm strength but neither command nor feel. He hit very well in the Cape Cod League but has shown some propensity to swing and miss, with a real vulnerability to changeups."

Kiley McDaniel - ESPN - February 23rd: "Montgomery has pitched in college, but is a hitter-only pro prospect for me. He also profiles as a potential riser if he can dial in his offensive approach, especially while now playing in the SEC after transferring from Stanford."

Aram Leighton - Just Baseball - February 15th: "His 80 grade arm is a right fielder’s dream. There’s some whiff concern and his approach will need to continue its positive trend, but Montgomery has the potential to be an above average everyday outfielder with an upper 90s heater to fall back on."

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