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Nathan Rode
National Supervisor for covering the nation's best prep prospects. Virginia born & raised. Elon '07. It's pronounced Roadie.
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Nathan Rode 16h
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SS Robert Moore (KS) has good barrel control. Lots of hard line drives from both sides of the plate for him. I'm also looking forward to seeing more of Ed Howard. Showed loose hands and stayed inside the ball today. Uber athlete with a huge upside.
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Nathan Rode 16h
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Austin Hendrick is Austin Hendrick. The power is real and to all fields. All of these guys are good, but only one was eliciting "OHHHH!!!" from his teammates. Looks like he's toned down the leg kick he's had on my previous looks.
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Nathan Rode 16h
We had quadruple barrel BP action today at PDP, so I found a perch between two fields and put my head on a swivel for two teams. OF Robert Hassell (TN) was my favorite of the day. Loose hands, pretty swing, projectable, quick bat.
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Nathan Rode 16h
*Opens Google Maps. Types in Pharr, TX. 😲
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Shooter Hunt 19h
Fresh off 3 hits last night, ‘20 INF Jack Riedel ( ) has had a really nice showing. Great feel for the barrel w/ easy lag in the zone. Love the setup and balance. Frame will hold more strength.
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Shooter Hunt 19h
‘20 INF Orlando Salinas () made the ballpark at Houston look small w/ his whippy barrel. Peppering the batter’s eye in centerfield. Intent to do damage w/ bigger hitch. Quick hands allow it to play.
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Nathan Rode 16h
Florida: Where you watch BP from a shady spot for one hour and the clothes you wore are retired for the trip.
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Nathan Rode Jun 24
Great weekend of baseball at the . *Final score of 5 Star/Triton Rays was 6-1. I was a little tired.
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Nathan Rode Jun 24
Headed back to NC. Checked into my flight for my next trip before leaving the hotel. Had a great time at the . Going down to Florida tomorrow morning for PDP. & I will have A LOT to podcast about next week.
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Nathan Rode Jun 23
Here is Burbank's . 17U final of will feature two loaded lineups in & .
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Nathan Rode Jun 23
Will Burbank (Rice) just went big fly for the second time this weekend. This one 345 feet to LF. 94 off the bat. lead 11-0 in the semifinal.
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PBR Tournaments Jun 22
17U Semi-Final matchups are set for tomorrow! 🏆 vs. 🏆 vs.
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PBR Tournaments Jun 22
Congratulations to Jack Mahoney on his first career perfect game. He struck out nine in six innings, as walked off with an 8-0 mercy rule win. 📷:
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Prep Baseball Report Jun 22
THE RODE SHOW: Friday at the was all about big bats.
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Nathan Rode Jun 22
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Walkoff mercy rule seals the perfect game for Mahoney.
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Nathan Rode Jun 22
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Mahoney has faced the minimum through 6. 9 Ks.
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Nathan Rode Jun 22
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Through 4 IP, I'm all in on Mahoney. Really establishing the FB well. Sitting 88-91. 7 Ks. SL & CH are inconsistent, but he's shown some average ones. Has used all three to get strikeouts.
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Nathan Rode Jun 22
RHP Jack Mahoney (South Carolina) comes out 91-93 for . Downhill with some arm-side life. 2 Ks.
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PBR Tournaments Jun 22
Congratulations to Reid Taylor from on his second career no-hitter. Taylor walked the first batter of the game before retiring 18 straight. Finished with 9 K, 2 BB. Performance won 3-0. 📷:
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Nathan Rode Jun 22
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After the leadoff walk, Reid Taylor retired 18 straight, walked another, but completed the no-hitter. 9 Ks, 2 BB. Held high 80s the whole game.
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