Player Report: Eric Jagielo, 3B (NYY, A-)

Mike is currently a senior at Cornell University where he is majoring in Industrial Labor Relations and minoring in economics. He has spent the past several years working in baseball. He first began working in baseball as a baseball operations intern for the Nashua Pride in high school before working as the Assistant to the Commissioner in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League in 2010 through 2012. In 2013 he began scouting minor league and independent level players. 

Each week Batting Leadoff will post two scouting reports on players that he’s seen this year along with video of the player. The scouting report will feature a summary of the player and his grades for each tool or pitch. Occasionally, he will add additional comments on the player if he feels it is necessary. Today’s player is Eric Jagielo of the New York Yankees organization. Enjoy! 

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2 Responses to “Player Report: Eric Jagielo, 3B (NYY, A-)”

  1. minorleaguefan

    Hello Mike,

    I just found your post on Jagielo and found it to be very informative. I live in the Baltimore area and I took it upon myself this past year to travel and see some of the top prospects who come through the area. I had a chance to see Jags play for Staten Island when he came through Aberdeen. Although it is very early, it appeared to me that he needs to develop some power but he has the potential to hit to all parts of the field. I wish I could tell you what I thought of him playing third but he didn’t do much for me to get an idea if he had range or a strong enough arm to stay at the position. Anyway, look forward to reading more of your evalutions!!

    Patrick from Baltimore

  2. Mike Parnell


    Thanks for the comment. Glad you enjoyed reading the report! If you haven’t seen them already I’ve posted about 20 other reports from players that I saw this summer. Mostly NYPL and Eastern League guys.



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