Posted September 10th, 2009 by mvn
Tags: Baseball, Washington Nationals

The Nats 2009 Draft Class final Stats, Top Ten Draftees

nat31.jpgHere are the final stats for the Nationals 2009 draft class.  We rank the Top Ten, then rest by draft order.  them accordingly by stats. 

1. P Evan Bronson (29th Round)
Bronson was almost not real.  You want to talk about a dominating pitcher.  The Nationals have got to be impressed with his performance or they are complete morons.  Bronson appeared in 20 games out of the bullpen for Vermont Lake Monsters (A) and finished 3-0 with 4 saves.  That’s not the impressive part.   Bronson pitched in a total of 49 innings and allowed ONLY THREE earned runs.  That is an ERA of 0.55!  Over the 49 innings, Bronson struck out 38 and allowed ONLY 3 walks.  Wow.  Bronson is 22.
2. P Drew Storen (1st Rd, 10th Pick).  Ended in Harrisburg (AA).  Drew Storen was drafted to be a one day closer for the Nationals.  That one day may come as soon as next year.  Storen started in Hagerstown and earned promotion up through AA Harrisburg and dominated there as well.  Storen has to be putting a huge smile on the faces in the front office.   Storen made 10 bullpen appearances fro 12.1 innings of work at AA.  he never gave up a run and finished AA with a 1-0 record with 9 saves and a 0.00 ERA.  Overall, Storen pitched in 28 games and finished 2-1 with 11 saves and an ERA of 1.95.  He struck out 49 batter in 37 innings.  Storen is 22. 

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