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Oct 26, 2006 - Oct 30, 2006   Ontario Blue Jays  17
Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Cameron Robulack
1B C 6-3 215   L/R

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Sep 30, 2006 - Oct 01, 2006   Royal  15
Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium - Cedar Rapids, IA
Cameron Robulack
1B C 6-3 215   L/R

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Cam Robulack is a 2007 1B/C with a 6'3'', 215 lb. frame from Toronto ON, who attends Silverthorn C.I. He has a big, thick build with excellent overall strength. Robulack runs well for his size at 7.25. He's played some outfield and catcher in the past but has settled into first base nicely on defense. He has soft hands around the bag and good mobility. His big tool, however, is his power. Robulack starts his swing with low hands and does a very good job of using his hips to help him generate bat speed. He has a long upper cut type of swing and hits the ball out front with very good extension. Robulack has good balance in his swing and has never shown problems with contact or swinging out of control. The ball jumps off his bat hard and he shows easy power to all fields. Robulack has signed with Nebraska.
PG Grade 8.5




Jul 10, 2006 - Jul 16, 2006   Ontario Blue Jays  17
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Cameron Robulack
1B C 6-3 215   L/R

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Jun 16, 2006 - Jun 18, 2006   5-Navy  13
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR
Cameron Robulack
1B C 6-3 210   L/R

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Cameron Robulack is a 2007 lleft hand hitting 1st baseman/catcher from Silverthorn Collegiate, residing in Toronto, ON. He has a physical and powerful build on a very strong 6'3" 210 lb. frame. The more at-bats he got he got, the better he seemed to perform and at times certainly hit like one of the top hitters at the showcase, ultimately being ranked #72 among PG National Top 100 position players. Robulack set up at the plate with a square stance. He showed very good raw power and good bat speed during the BP round but was much better in the games. Clearly he is strong and he produced easy power, with a lot of life at contact. His timing was excellent and his swing is quite good. There is plenty of power in Robulack's future and it seems that the more he faces top competition, the better he is going to be. There are few left hand bats in the '07 high school class that have as much projectable power as Robulack has and he also looks as though he will hit for some average. On defense he was pretty good around the bag and showed an arm that had some carry across the diamond. Robulack ran 4.59 home/1st and posted a 7.56 60 yard time. Again, the more you watch this young hitter, the more you see that he is really going to hit. Most college D1 programs are looking for a left hand power bat like his, but so is the pro game. With a strong spring season, Robulack good could be a player that is a fast riser on draft lists this spring.
PG Grade 9.5




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Oct 01, 2005 - Oct 02, 2005   Navy  13
Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium - Cedar Rapids, IA
Cameron Robulack
1B C 6-2 205   L/R

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Cameron Robulack is a very strong 6-2, 205 lb left handed hitting first baseman from Toronto. He shows plus bat speed and plus power potential. Robulack hits off of a very solid base and has very good balance and lower half hitting mechanics that put him in a position to drive the ball. He has natural lift in his swing and doesn't have to muscle up to hit the ball out of the ball park. He's at his best when he just lets the bat flow and hits to the middle of the field and makes adjustments from there. We've seen him hit top level pitchers in the past and he can get around on the good fastballs. Robulack plays solid defense at first base. He is experimenting at catcher but is still very raw at that position. Overall, Robulack is a very high ceiling power hitter who can really generate bat speed and launch the ball. Top level follow.
PG Grade 9.0




Jul 11, 2005 - Jul 17, 2005   Ontario Blue Jays  17
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Cameron Robulack
1B C 6-3 200   L/R

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Jul 05, 2005 - Jul 10, 2005   Ontario Blue Jays 17U  26
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Cameron Robulack
1B C 6-3 210   L/R

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