If you like Jack Curry as much as I do, you know to read him as much as possible. If you haven’t recently, let me bring you up to speed on a terrific piece Curry put up titled President scout to thank for Jeter in pinstripes. In that piece, Curry breaks it down simply. Groch completed his report on a young high school shortstop named Derek Jeter in April 1992, and as the story goes:"After receiving Groch's report, the Yankees were more committed than ever to selecting Jeter with the sixth pick overall. Scouts routinely use a 20 to 80 scale to rate the different skills of a player, with a score of 50 considered to be an average Major Leaguer. A 60 means a player is above average and a 70 means a player is among the best of the best. Groch rated Jeter's overall future potential as a 64,...

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