Bobby Woo, Cal Poly (Cal Poly)

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2019 Prospect Rundown: Alaska Baseball League

Summer Baseball

It was yet another successful summer at the Alaska Baseball League.

The Anchorage Bucs won the Alaska League crown with a series win over the Glacier Pilots. And while the league didn’t have a prospect quite the caliber of guys like Asa Lacy, John Doxakis and Corbin Martin — all ABL alums — it had a nice crop of prospects to follow as the 2020 campaign nears.

Cal Poly righthander Bryan Woo opened some eyes with his stuff throughout the summer, while Texas A&M transfer and San Jacinto (Texas) College transfer Brandon Birdsell could be a premier prospect to watch. Birdsell didn’t have a great freshman campaign for the Aggies, but worked in limited action. He has big stuff with a fastball up to 97 — the league’s highest velocity — and a breaking ball with some definite promise.

It’s time to take an in-depth look at the pitchers and position players to follow and the analysis includes players from Cal Poly, San Jacinto College, Washington State, Gonzaga, Alabama, Arizona, Kentucky, Arkansas, Cal Baptist, Fresno State and Kansas.

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