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STEPHEN WOODS Half Hollow Hills East, RHP Power (Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

STEPHEN WOODS
Half Hollow Hills East, RHP
Power pitcher, live fastball, sits between 91-93 mph. Threw back-to-back no-hitters this season. Committed to Albany. |

Potential Long Island picks in MLB Draft

A quick look at some of Long Island's top high school baseball players that may be selected in the 2013 MLB Draft from June 6-8. By Gregg Sarra

MATT VOGEL Patchogue-Medford, RHP Overpowering pitcher with a
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MATT VOGEL
Patchogue-Medford, RHP
Overpowering pitcher with a 94-95 mph fastball; struck out 20 in a game this year. Committed to South Carolina. |

Riverhead pitcher Matt Crohan threw back-to-back no-hitters and
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Riverhead pitcher Matt Crohan threw back-to-back no-hitters and 19 consecutive hitless innings. Crohan averaged more than two strikeouts per inning and has a fastball that sits in the 88-90 mph range. He has committed to Winthrop University.

ANTHONY KAY Ward Melville, LHP Crafty lefty with
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ANTHONY KAY
Ward Melville, LHP
Crafty lefty with unhittable changeup. Earned Gibson Award last year as a junior with a 0.00 ERA. Threw school's first no-hitter this year. Committed to UConn. |

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STEPHEN WOODS Half Hollow Hills East, RHP Power
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(Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

STEPHEN WOODS
Half Hollow Hills East, RHP
Power pitcher, live fastball, sits between 91-93 mph. Threw back-to-back no-hitters this season. Committed to Albany. |

LUKE STAMPFL Half Hollow Hills West, SS Earned
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LUKE STAMPFL
Half Hollow Hills West, SS
Earned Silver Slugger as Suffolk's top hitter as a junior, power to all fields, five-tool complete player with above average arm. Committed to Fordham. |

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