Jason Heyward"The J-Hey Kid"
|Ht./Wt.:||6-5, 240 lbs|
B I O
Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 1st round (No. 14 overall) of the June 2007 First-Year Player Draft... named No. 1 prospect in baseball in MLB.com's annual Top 50 Prospects list for 2010... Resides in McDonough, GA... attended Henry County (Ga.) High School... signed by Brian Bridges... ranked by Baseball America as the Braves' second-best prospect in 2008... named MLB.com's third-best overall prospect in 2008... ESPN.com named him the best corner outfield prospect in all of the Minors and also named him the top Atlanta prospect and third-overall prospect in 2008... named the Rome Braves (A) Player of the Year by the organization in '08... selected to All-Star Futures Game in 2009 in St. Louis... named 2009 Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year.
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