In life, I have learned that every event has a response and an outcome. Sometimes, you cannot control an event, but you can control how you respond to it, and also what the overall outcome will be. I have also learned that nothing is given, but earned. To earn anything, I raise my standards in everything I do; if I continue to do something and don't improve; I hurt myself and the people around me. That is why baseball is so important to me, everything is a competition and there is always a new challenge to improve on and meet a higher expectation.
Feeney has a 6-foot, 180-pound lean frame. One of the top overall performers at the event. At the plate, the left-handed hitter begins in a balanced, athletic stance with a smooth load, then uses a toe tap right before his swing. Quick bat speed and an uphill swing plane, he ends his swing with high finish. From the outfield, his best throws to the bases were registered at 85 mph; has soft hands and smooth footwork. Had a long arm action with an-over-the-top slot. 6.76 60 yard dash was the top time of the event. Definite follow.