Yankees 2010 33rd Round Draft Pick: Mike Hachadorian

Name: Michael Hachadorian
Ht: 6′5″
Wt: 215
B/T: R/R
DOB: 5-03-90
School level: JC

With their 33rd pick in the draft the Yankees went with another bit pitcher. This time he’s real big at 6’5″ and 215 lbs. He just finished his sophomore year so he might be a little hard to sign, but I’m a fan anytime the Yankees can sign a 6’5″ pitcher.

Unfortunately there really isn’t a lot on this kid on the internet. I couldn’t even find out what pitches he throws. I did find a couple of bios on him from the various colleges he’s been affiliated with.

Here is his San Diego Mesa College bio:

2010 Season: Pitched 3 1/3 innings of relief, not allowing a hit while striking out 8 against Bakersfield on Feb 18…Pitched one scoreless inning, not allowing a hit in a 2-1 win over Saddleback on Feb 23…Received his first start of the season, throwing four innings, giving up four hits and two runs while striking out four in a no decision against City on March 5…

Here is his Whittier College bio:

Mike Hachadorian is in his first year on the Poets baseball team. He was born in San Diego, CA.  He started playing baseball when he was five because he had fun when he played tee-ball and wanted to continue playing.  He went to play for Westview High School where he earned North County Scholar Athlete.  He is currently undecided on his major at this time.  He credits his success to his mom and dad.

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One Response to Yankees 2010 33rd Round Draft Pick: Mike Hachadorian

  1. This is indeed notable. A great player.

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