Tito Polo

Prospects1500 Rankings

2017 (overall): Unranked

2017 (team): Unranked

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What Others Say

R.J. Anderson | CBS Sports (July 2017):

Polo profiles best to me as a fourth outfielder. He's a very aggressive hitter who puts the ball in play, but he doesn't make a lot of hard contact, and he's not exactly patient at the plate.

Evan Halpine-Berger | Yanks Go Yard (November 2016):

Listed at just 5’9 185 lbs, Polo doesn’t look like a slugger, but he has always shown surprising pop for his size and now seems to be putting it to better use in games as his approach at the plate improves.

John Sickels | Minor League Ball (August 2016):

His best physical tool is speed and he's aggressive about using it on the bases, but unfortunately his weak arm and mediocre defensive instincts will likely limit him to left field at the highest levels. He's well-built physically and has some pop in his bat, but his strike zone judgment is erratic and his power evaporates every time he's promoted.

Kiley McDaniel | Fangraphs (April 2015):

Polo is 5’11/180 and is a 55 or 60 runner with a shot to stick in center field and a fringy arm. He doesn’t have much power, but his bat is advanced for his age; he has a good approach and makes consistent hard contact.


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