OF NATHANAEL DELGADO- PERFECT GAME REPORT
6-1/160, L/L, 10/23/95, Los Cacaos, San Cristobal, DR
Trainer; Josue Herrera
PG Grade: 9
Delgado may be the least physically imposing player of the DPL prospects, with a slender build that doesn’t project to fill out that much. He’s a polished hitter from the left side with a sound, aggressive approach and creates some bat speed with power to the pull side. Delgado hit a grand slam off the right field foul pole in Arizona off a hanging curveball and it was a good illustration of what his skills are.
He’s a 6.9 runner who shows some outfield arm strength (85 mph) and has fundamentally sound defensive actions as a corner outfielder. If Delgado played in the United States he’d be the type of player who every major college in the country would have significant interest in recruiting, as he wouldn’t have the tools to be a high draft out of high school but would be a potential impact college player and a fourth-to-sixth round pick as a college junior.