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Oct 06, 2007 - Oct 07, 2007   Steel
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College of San Mateo - San Mateo, CA
Anthony Renda
3B IF, OF 5-9 165   R/R

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60
6.93
40
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76
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Anthony Renda is a 2009 3B/IF/OF with a 5'9'', 165 lb. frame from Hillsborough, CA who attends Serra High School. He has a compact, athletic build, accurate arm with a good release, good hands and feet in the IF. At the plate he has plus bat speed, takes an aggressive swing, ball jumps off his bat, quick bat, and stays on ball through contact. He is also a good student.
PG Grade 8.0




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Anthony Renda Hitting 2007 Nor Cal Underclass Showcase
Anthony Renda IF 2007 Nor Cal Underclass Showcase
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Jul 17, 2007 - Jul 22, 2007   Star Maker 16U
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Anthony Renda
3B IF, OF 5-9 165   R/R

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40
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Jan 28, 2006 - Jan 29, 2006   2-Green
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Arrowhead Credit Union Park - San Bernardino, CA
Anthony Renda
3B IF, OF 5-7 145   R/R

FB
60
7.31
40
OF
IF
74
1B
C
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Tony Renda is a 2009 SS/CF from Serra HS, residing in Hillsborough, CA, with a 5'7" 145 lb. frame. He has an compact but athletic type body, with a little fire in him. A right handed hitter, Renda hits from a square stance and starts with a low hand slot. His lack of a hand load is reminiscent of a Paul Molitor-type approach, and requires quick hands and a quick trigger. Renda has both. He is an aggressive hitter and player who also showed a very consistent hitting approach that he took from BP to the games. Not a power prospect, Renda is a quality contact hitter who sprays the ball well and competes in each at bat. He can be a top or bottom of the line-up type pest in the order, generally a pretty tough out. On defense Renda showed a pretty quick arm and a quick release. He has good feet and good body control, resulting in his status as a versatile utility type player. He will provide quality depth for many college programs. All of Renda's skills are currently on the cusp of being above average at the high school level even though he is only entering his first year of high school baseball. Overall he is a good follow for small to midsize D1 programs.
PG Grade 7.0