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Lackawanna JC
Lower Dauphin (HS) • PA
5' 11" • 170LBS
L/R • 25yr 4mo


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8/1/15 Geesaman stood out with a very athletic skill set at the PBR Future Games. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound left-handed hitter flashed an 89 mph arm from the outfield and the ability to go get the baseball. Geesaman made a fully laid-out diving catch in game action and ran a 6.77 60-yard dash on evaluation day. That speed was on display in game action as Geesaman swiped three bags in three games.

6/17/15 5-foot-11, 170-pound left-handed hitter. Starts from slightly open stance with relaxed set-up, rocks weight to backside, and strides to slightly closed. Hides hands in load and creates armbar, both of which add some length to his path, but hands have some looseness. Got self out by chasing pitches up out of the zone in game action. Moved well defensively and showcased solid, 87-mph arm strength in workout, using accurate, one-hop throws with low trajectory.

4/15/15 Barreled ball in every at bat hitting to both sides of the field. Showed good plate discipline and ability to work counts. Easily tracked down a ball in center that looked like extra bases off the bat.
2/14/15 Geesaman showed well in all facets of the game running a 6.78 60-yard dash and showcasing a 90 mph arm from the outfield. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound sophomore has an athletic frame and showed the ability to play the baseball on the move defensively. The left-handed hitter starts from a square stance and utilizes a lift-and-replace stride to initiate his swing. Geesaman stays on plane well and gets a lot out of his lower half flashing signs of potential power to come. He squared the baseball routinely with a bat exit velocity of 86 mph.

9/28/14 Geesaman showcased the top outfield arm at the event at 88 mph with good straight line carry. The 5-foot-11, 160-pound sophomore ran a solid 6.97 60-yard dash and took one of the top rounds of batting practice on the day. Geesaman stays on his backside well and uses a strong lower half to create a bat exit velocity of 81 mph. Geesaman routinely squared the baseball with a lift and replace stride from the left side of the plate.

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