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**Keeping with the bloodline theme, Tampa Bay Rays prospect Cameron Seitzer is off to a fine start...

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**Keeping with the bloodline theme, Tampa Bay Rays prospect Cameron Seitzer is off to a fine start in the Appalachian League, hitting .360/.467/.540 in 15 games for Princeton, with nine walks and 15 strikeouts. He's stolen three bases in three attempts. Drafted in the 11th round this year from the University of Oklahoma, Cameron is a very polished hitter with a good feel for the strike zone, as you might expect from Kevin Seitzer's son. He's a big guy at 6-5, 225, but he has a short, compact line drive swing. Indeed, scouts weren't sure if he would hit for enough power to play first base in pro ball, which is why he lasted until the 11th round. College guys tearing up the Appy League are not unusual, so it is wait-and-see here, but at least the early returns are positive.

John Sickles, minorleagueball.com
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