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Travis Bazzana
Ht/Wt: 6' 0"/202 lbs
Position: 2B/SS
Team: Oregon State

Travis Bazzana - Prospect Profile

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - March 18th: "He seems to be hitting for more power this spring, which amplifies an offensive profile that was centered on some of the best contact ability in the class. Heís a strong athlete and should be able to handle second base, but heís a good enough runner and throws from an unusual enough slot that some teams might want to experiment with him as a center fielder in pro ball."

Joe Doyle - Future Star Series - March 18th: "A brutally difficult at-bat for opposing pitchers. Bazzana has flashed plus raw power, and heís getting to a lot of it in games. If thereís one nitpick scouts would like to see improve as the draft approaches, itís his polish against left-handed pitching."

MLB.com - March 8th: "The left-handed-hitting infielder is compact and strong with plenty of bat speed. He has an advanced approach at the plate with a ton of raw power he taps into, though he can occasionally be susceptible to offspeed stuff on the outer half."

Keith Law - The Athletic - March 7th: "Heís very strong, probably from his time wrestling crocodiles, so even though his swing is pretty short, he hits the ball very hard and can show 55-60 power. I donít think thereís projection here and heís second base-only, but the hit/power tools are enough to make him an above-average regular."

Kiley McDaniel - ESPN - February 23rd: "Bazzana, also a left-handed hitter, is a plus runner who is probably a second baseman, but may be a center fielder. He's also a standout, cerebral hitter, with a tick less raw power than Wetherholt, but possibly a bit better at tapping into it in games right now."

Aram Leighton - Just Baseball - February 15th: "It has always been hit-over-power for Bazzana, but he has added more impact since reaching campus, working out at Driveline to focus on just that. Unusual setup and pre-swing moves seem to help Bazzanaís barrel live in the zone for a long time with impressive accuracy."

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