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