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Flood City Elite. The 6-foot-3, pound Pugh was , while the 6-foot-1, pound Bowman threw yet touched Stires struggled with his control, walking 6 batters, but battled and proved to be difficult to hit. He threw his mph fastball to both sides of the plate, continually competing on the mound.
He showed arm-side run on his fastball and a sharp to-6 curveball. He has all of the making of a prototypical crafty lefty. With a perfectly projectable 6-foot-6, pound frame, Casas pitched in an around the zone during his outing, showing the ability to pitch with a 87 mph fastball that had some cut action to it at times. He also showed good command of a to-5 curveball. Callahan, currently ranked th in the class, threw even harder in his 3 innings of work, throwing mostly fastballs.
The pitch had some life to it, exploding out of his hand. He was up to 92 at the PG National last month, and has committed to play in-state for South Carolina. He struggled with command at times, but showed good determination pitching through a few tight situations. His uppers curve has good potential, but didn't throw too many.
Goncalves worked in his inning of relief to secure the win, and also went 2-for-2 at the plate. The 6-foot, pound outfielder has good tools across the board. Defensively hakes good routes in the outfield with a good first-step and can cover a lot of ground.
At the plate he is an aggressive hitter with very good bat speed with the ability to drive the ball to the gaps. So Cal National Travel Team. So Cal National Travel Team took the lead in the top of the 8th before the Scorpions responded with 2 runs in the bottom of the frame.
He is extremely projectable at 6-foot-5, pounds, and flashed similar stuff to the fastball he showed at the PG Jr. National Showcase in mid-June. He has a balanced delivery, throwing downhill with good extension, using his height and lomb limbs to his advantage. Styles lived in and around the strike zone with his fastball, using a loose, easy arm action while changing speeds with a slider.
National Showcase last month, went 2-for-2 with 2 RBI. Fellow grad and Memorial HS teammate Walker Pennington also had 2 hits, including a double and 2 runs scored. Marucci Elite 16's Louisiana. Both his to-5 curveball and frisbee slider show promise, using both pitches well to complement his fastball. Hernandez, a primary catcher currently ranked 99th in the class, showed 91 mph velocity and good speed for a catcher at the Perfect Game National Showcase a month ago.
In this game, he threw in his inning of work with easy arm strength. He also went 1-for-2 at the plate with a double and a run scored. SF Prospects. Poche was in or around the strike zone over his 6. His fastball sat and touched 85 while also throwing a slider and a changeup. He also went 1-for-2 with a run scored as the team's 3-hole hitter.
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He pitched downhill, showing some cut action on his fastball, while changing speeds by mixing in a to-5 curveball and a changeup. Weir also went 2-for-2 with a double at the plate. Louis Gamers 16u Gray. Gantz employed a short, compact swing, and was quick to the ball showing solid bat speed and an aggressive approach. Carriger is a high-energy player also using a short compact swing while covering the plate well.
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He showed a disciplined approach, and also showed the ability to cover a lot of ground in the outfield. With a lean, wiry frame, he showed a quick bat and good first-step quickness. Florida Stars 16U. Houston Heat cleanup hitter Cavan Biggio , St. Caden Williams Ft. Orlando Baseball Academy While he struggled to throw strikes consistently, he showed excellent arm speed and fastball velocity, throwing a heavy fastball that touched 90 mph.
He's plenty of projectable at 6-foot-1, pounds, making it easy to see him throwing much harder, more consistently years from now. And to add interest to intrigue, he also smacked a solo home run in this game. Thaddius Lowry , Spring HS, Texas showed good bat speed going 3-for-4 with 2 RBI and 4 runs scored, while David Gonzalez , Tomball HS, Texas had a pair of doubles in a 2-for-2 performance in which he drove in 4 runs, scored twice and walked twice. He changed speeds well at times with a solid to-6 curveball.
Miami Firebirds. Pazos was 2-for-2 with a double from the 3-hole, Proenza went 3-for 4 as the team's cleanup hitter, while Gonzalez was 2-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base. Minnesota Starz 16U. The 6-foot-3, pound Hamilton got the start, allowing only 1 hit in his 4 inning outing. He's hitting. In a playoff loss to the Orlando Scorpions' team, the Carolina Cubs 16U had a trio of right-handed pitchers that flashed quality stuff.
He struggled at times to find the strike zone, but threw a fastball that peaked at Tyler Marshburn , West Johnston HS, NC showed the best command, throwing strikes with his fastball that he ran up to 86, comfortably working in the range. He was in this game, but has been up to 86 in the past. He was more effectie serving as the team's cleanup hitter, going 2-for-3 with a double. As 6-foot-2, pounds, he has obvious power potential.
Team Georgia Baseball Academy 16U. Danish, at 6-foot, pounds, has an athletic frame with room to add strength.
His arm works well, with very good arm speed and an overall smooth delivery. He can add some late movement to his fastball, and shows good command of his to-5 curveball, striking out 3 in 2. Also a promising hitter, he served as the Juice's 3-hole hitter. His curveball has some promise, and he recorded a strikeout with each of the 2 players he retired. He displays soft hands with good defensive tools across the board, as well as excellent bat speed at the plate.
Piriz continues to swing a hot bat, with a short, compact, balanced swing that produces good bat speed.
He hits mostly gap-to-gap, but has some power potenital. Canes Green. In an Xcel Baseball 16u win over Canes Green, both teams combined for 9 pitches taking the hill. Four of those flashes mids heat. He showed a balanced delivery pitching downhill with a loose arm that produced mph fastballs. Puk has been up to 86 in the past, throwing in this game. With a perfectly projectable 6-foot-4, pound stature, Puk shows the ability to use his size well to throw downhill.
He maintains his arm speed well with his promising changeup, although struggled to throw strikes in this game, need 25 pitches to record 1 out. He struck out 3 in his 2 innings of work, mixing in a promising slider. With a promising 6-foot-2, pound frame, Knutson easily produced velocity peaking at 90 mph. He threw strikes with his fastball, commanding the pitch very well while showing the ability to add heavy, sinking action.
His breaking ball has some promise, but he relied mostly on his fastball in this game. With a balanced delivery and the ability to move the ball around the zone, he also showed good pitchability. Currently ranked 57th in the class, Knutson is a premium prospect to keep an eye on the next 2 years. Palm Beach Select U Gold. Dwyer HS, Fla. At 6-foot-2, pounds, Hander offers a projectable frame with room for added strength and velocity, currently sitting in the range while topping out at 83 showing good command of the pitch.
He went 2-for-2 with a double and a pair of RBI in this game. Louis Gamers 16u Blue. Louis Gamers 16U Blue hitters, giving up only 4 hits and 1 run. The 6-foot, pound Hutchinson showed good size with long limbs, using a loose arm to produce fastballs and a promising lows slider that flashed sharp short break. The 6-foot-3, pound Zunica also has very good size, producing mph fastballs.
Primary outfielder Manny Rodriguez is the most promising athlete of this trio, with an athletic and lean, wiry-strong frame. He threw mixing in a solid slider. Smith used both a fastball and a curve, with a projectable 6-foot-1, pound wiry-strong stature.