What they’re saying: Attended Detroit Tigers work out at Comerica Park ... 19 Ds, T, 11 HRs, 55 RBIs ... .343 Avg., .982 OPS in 56 G ... MAAC POY ... led conference in RBIs, doubles and HRs ... Led conference play with a .414 average, 20 RBIs and five home runs ... On season recorded 74 hits, 36 in conference play, tallied 31 extra base hits ... Last spring: 11 Ds, 3 Ts, 3 HR, .313, 43 RBIs, .906 OPS in 47 G
On other lists 334th on Baseball America's top 500 high school and collegian players. 10th on Perfect Game top 139 college players in New York state. 6th on Baseball America's list of 63 prospects from New York state. 27th on Perfect Game top 200 list in Northwoods.
Baseball America, 334.
The son of Blue Jays broadcaster and former Major Leaguer Joe Siddall, Brett has loud tools and has performed for three years at Canisius. The younger Siddall stands at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds. He has a thick, muscly build with intriguing bat speed and he knows how to use his powerful trunk. Siddall shows above-average power potential, and he’s shown the ability to drive the ball out to all fields with a wood bat. As a rising junior, Siddall swatted nine home runs and batted over .300 in the Northwoods League. He is an adequate defender in right field and has an above-average arm. Siddall has come on strong in his final year as he’s learned how to loft the ball the other way