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Scouting Yankees Prospect #22: Cito Culver

The New York Yankees selected shortstop Cito Culver in the first round of the 2010 MLB Draft out of Irondequoit High School in New York. His numbers in his first taste of the long-season leagues last year were not very good. However, despite being one of the youngest players in the South Atlantic League, he was never really over-matched and he still offers significant long-term potential.

Vital Statistics: Name: Cito Culver Position: Shortstop DOB: August 26, 1992 Height: 6'0" Weight: 190 Bats: Both Throws: Right He hit just .215 with two home runs for the low-A Charleston RiverDogs in 2012, but one of the youngest players in the league, spending the majority of the season as a 19-year old, he finished the year seventh in the leagues in walks with 71. "I felt like I belonged...

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