Okay, so he’s technically Steve Lombardozzi, Jr. A Maryland native and son of former major leaguer Steve Lombardozzi, he was drafted in the 19th round of the 2008 draft. He hit .283/.371/.322 with the rookie-league Gulf Coast Nationals in 2008, and spent 2009 at low-A Hagerstown, where he hit .296/.375/.395 in 128 games. Pretty damn good! I’m liking the OBP. He made the move to high-A Potomac this year and went .293/.370/.409 in 110 games. So far, so good. He may not have a lot of power, but he doesn’t need it at second base. If he can handle the jump to AA last season, I’ll officially be excited for his future, if not sure where he fits in yet.