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Rutgers baseball 2025 recruit Julius Rosado is showcasing his talent

Rutgers Baseball 2025 recruit Julius Rosado launched his third homerun in two days on Tuesday, showcasing his potential talent. While playing in the 2023 17U Mid-Atlantic World Series, Rosado has led Warehouse Mariachis 24′ Black (New Jersey) to a 3-0 record and No. 1 ranking in the Pool A standings.

Rosado and the rest of Warehouse Baseball defeated Hustle Baseball 8-1 to advance to the 2023 17U Mid-Atlantic World Series Quarterfinals. Rosado launched a two-run home run over the left-center field wall to give his team the lead.

Rutgers 2025 recruit connected on a fastball, looking composed and mature at the plate. He showed off a ton of bat speed, power, and strength, keeping his stroke simple and direct. Rosado launched another fastball over the left-field wall for his second home run of the game to extend Warehouse Baseball’s lead.


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On Tuesday, Rosado helped Warehouse Baseball defeat the Wladyka Baseball American team 2-0 in the quarterfinals. The New Jersey native from South River, New Jersey, launched a solo home run over the scoreboard to give his team the lead.

According to the Prep Baseball Report, the 6-foot, 190 pounds infielder (shortstop / third base) has an average exit velocity of 92.4 MPH and 84.9 MPH bat speed. Also, Rosado has a hand speed of 24.9 MPH and a maximum exit velocity of 100.3 MPH. He logged a 60-yard dash in 6.82 seconds and has a maximum home run distance of 366 feet. Keep an eye on this 2025 prospect as he continues to showcase his talent this summer.


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Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire