Drew Maggi has shown some impressive speed in his short pro career.
I've seen Drew Maggi a lot since he's been drafted, whether that was in State College in 2010 after he signed, in Spring Training before the 2011 season, and in West Virginia this year. Throughout all of the times I've seen him, I've been impressed the most by his athleticism. The 6' 0", 185 pound Maggi is very fast. That shows up in the numbers with his 29 stolen bases this year, but all you need to do is watch him on the field, especially when he's legging out a triple with ease.
Maggi was drafted as a sophomore out of college, and signed for $468 K as a 15th round pick. He was drafted as a shortstop out of Arizona State, although he was more of an athlete than a true shortstop. That's not saying he can't play...
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