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Jun 09, 2007 - Jun 10, 2007   8-Navy  12
Southwestern College - Chula Vista, CA
Byron Tagalicod
C 3B, OF 5-7 170   R/R

FB
60
8.16
40
OF
IF
1B
C
65
Pop
2.09
Range
CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Byron Tagalicod is a 2008 C/3B/OF with a 5'7'', 170 lb. frame from Kapaau, Hawaii, who attends Konala High School. Defensively he as quick feet behind the plate with a nice release that produces solid pop times that topped out at 2.09. He has body control who works behind the dish. At the plate he is a right handed hitter who hits from a straight away stance with a knee tuck load. He is an aggressive hitter who takes an aggressive swing. Tagalicod has a lift in his swing plane which causes his bat to not be in the hitting zone long. He shows bat speed, and he gets good bat extension at the end of his swing. Tagalicod is a contact hitter that hits the ball to all fields.
PG Grade 6.0




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Byron Tagalicod C 2007 Sunshine West Showcase
Byron Tagalicod 60 2007 Sunshine West Showcase
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Jan 13, 2007 - Jan 15, 2007   PG Green  11
Kaimuki HS - Honolulu, HI
Byron Tagalicod
C 3B, OF 5-7 170   R/R

FB
60
7.63
40
OF
IF
1B
C
68
Pop
2.15
Range
CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Byron Tagalicod is a 2008 C with a 5'7'', 170 lb. frame from Kapaau HI, who attends Konala HS. He has a compact frame and a strong build. Tagalicod flashed good all-around ability though for the most part he is still unrefined in most areas of the game. There is ability there though. His hands work well at the plate and he had numerous good at-bats. He sprayed the ball to all fields and has some natural lift in his swing. He is close to putting it all together, only needs reps and some refinement. Defensively Tagalicod showed that he has good feet, and that is a good place to start for a young catcher. His actions are quiet and he sits well as a receiver. He appeared to pick up the pitches early out of his pitchers' hands, allowing him to stay quiet as a receiver. His throws were accurate and if he work on not standing straight up out of the crouch when he goes to throw, he will significantly cut down his pop times. He has a chance to be a solid hitting catcher with usable catch/throw skills and solid receiving ability at the college level.
PG Grade 6.0