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about two-thirds of the
Falcons' games last year, hit-
ting .300. But his key value,
says coach Jim Crosby, is his
glove-work.
"Real good defensive player.
He played some third, played
some shortstop and second
base and this year he'll pro-
bably play second base most
of the time and occasionally
play shortstop. He's just a
good ballplayer. He's got a
great pair of hands. Good,
steady defensive player and a
good, steady hitter."
Crosby describes Stutz as a
line-drive hitter and a good
baserunner with above-
average speed.
Sophomore third baseman
Jason Katz is probably
Groves' leading JV prospect.
"He's a real good defensive
third baseman," says Crosby.
He's going to probably be our
leading hitter on the JV."
Katz, who also pitches, beat
Ferndale's JV with a five-
hitter in his first start this
year.
"For a sophomore, he
throws O.K.," says Crosby.
"Not overpowering, but a real
smart kid and a good hard
worker. He's played a lot of
ball and he's a good com-
petitor, so he knows what he's
doing." Crosby expects Katz to
be the Falcons' starting var-
sity third baseman next
season.
Andover has a young team
and a new head coach, Tom
Headblum, who will rotate
most of his players into the
starting lineup. Among those
players is a brother-
combination, Manny and
Paul Valdivieso.
Manny, a senior, is a pit-
cher/infielder who is a solid
hitter. "Very well-disciplined
young man," says Headblum,
who also coached Valdivieso
on this year's football team.
"Excellent attitude, extreme-
ly coachable."
Paul, a sophomore center-
fielder, can also play second
base' and catcher. He has "ex-
cellent speed," says
Headblum.
Two other starters are
juniors Jason Odesky, the
shortstop, and first-
baseman/outfielder Marc
Rothenberg. Odesky has
"been hitting the ball and is
making a lot of plays for us,"
says Headblum, although the
youngster still needs con-
sistency on defense.

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A pair of junior outfielders
who see playing time are
Mike Widlansky and Rob
Snavely. Both need to work on
their hitting, says Headblum.
They are a "part of that
young regime that we have."
A future Barons' prospect is
6-foot-31/2 sophomore Aaron
Goldberger, a pitcher/in-
fielder. "He's got a little ways
to go yet," says Headblum,
who expects good things from
Goldberger._



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