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Dascenzo on Padres Low-A hitting prospects

Coaching prospects that are entering their first year of full-season ball isn't easy. The San Diego Padres placed veteran Doug Dascenzo in the role with the Fort Wayne Wizards (now TinCaps) where he cared for the likes of Drew Cumberland, Justin Baum, Felix Carrasco, Yefri Carvajal, Brad Chalk, Luis Durango, Andrew Parrino, and Lance Zawadzki.

When healthy, Drew Cumberland has some exciting tools that will keep you watching. What did you see from him during his time with you? Doug Dascenzo: First of all, he's definitely a baseball player, no question about it. Hands down, coming from a family that has a history of being in professional baseball, you can tell that he's been around it, wasn't in awe of anything. He's ahead of the game... Recommended Stories

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