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Jul 12, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004   Bill Hood-Marucci Bat Co
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Michael Hollander
MIF 3B 5-11 183   R/R

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Jan 10, 2004 - Jan 11, 2004   Columbia Blue
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Terry Park - Ft. Myers, FL
Michael Hollander
MIF 3B 5-11 183   R/R

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6.66
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Hollander is one of the most unrecognized prospect infielders in the country in our opinion. If he was 6-1, 180 with the same tools everyone would know his name, that’s for sure. As it is, Hollander is listed at 5-11. Hollander is a plus runner at 6.64 in the 60. His arm strength grades out as above average from shortstop but what makes Hollander’s throwing stand out is that he has an exceptionally quick release, one of the fastest in the country. Hollander’s bat plays large, too. He has outstanding power and the shortness to his swing matches his short arm stroke in the field. Hollander crushed a couple of doubles off live pitching and made consistent solid contact throughout the showcase. He’s a very good student who is signed to attend Louisiana State.
PG Grade 9.0




Oct 24, 2003 - Oct 27, 2003   Bill Hood
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Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Michael Hollander
MIF 3B 5-11 183   R/R

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Jun 13, 2003 - Jun 15, 2003   Red
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University of Nebraska - Lincoln, NE
Michael Hollander
MIF 3B 5-11 180   R/R

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6.76
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Hollander is a strong, physical middle infield prospect who has a bunch of solid present tools both offensively and defensively. He should be able to step in right away at the next level and be successful. Hollander is a 6.82 runner with quick actions. Not only can he run, but he has one of the quickest releases from shortstop and second base that we’re going to see all summer. The ball is out of his hand right when it hits his glove and Hollander’s solid average arm strength is an added bonus. The only throw that appears to give Hollander trouble is the quick flip throw on double plays; he throws it too hard without any touch. He could also improve his footwork a little. Hollander’s bat should also play right away. His upper body strength helps him with wood, keeping his swing short and generating good bat speed. He has wood bat power potential. Hollander is primarily a pull hitter right now and is surely dangerous with aluminum in his hands. He should hit at any level. Michael could get some serious draft interest, for sure he can have an impact at a highest level college. Michael is a very good student.
PG Grade 9.0




Jul 22, 2002 - Jul 24, 2002   
  

University of Houston - Houston, TX
Michael Hollander
MIF 3B 5-10 175   R/R

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Good tools! Shows bat speed and power potential.
PG Grade 9.0




Jan 04, 2002 - Jan 06, 2002   
  

Terry Park - Ft. Myers, FL
Michael Hollander
MIF 3B 5-11 183   R/R

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Hollander was a hitting machine in Ft Myers. He has a compact, fast-twitch body and demonstrated excellent bat-speed at the plate. He is short to the ball, has fast hands and showed middle-of-the-field power. He ran the bases well and played aggressively in the field. He has the right mentality and intensity to succeed in this game.
PG Grade 9.0