Top Colorado 2019 Uncommitted Left-Handed Pitchers


John Cackowski
Director of Scouting


 

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Below are some top 2019 left handed pitchers still on the board from the state of Colorado 

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Brady Rose LHP / Standley Lake, CO / 2019

6-foot-4, 180-pounds. Tall lefty with a hard fastball and an ability to pound the bottom of the strike zone down. Effortless motion, from 3/4 arm slot. Rose has a demanding Fastball sitting between 82-84 MPH and touched 86 a couple of times. Mixes up his pitches well, with the capability of throwing any pitch even in a hitters count. Will be a riser in the 2019 rankings. 

 


 

 

Graham Osman LHP / OF / Colorado Academy, CO / 2019

6-foot-2, 160-pound left hand pitcher.  Athletic left hand pitcher who showed smooth mechanics to the plate.  Lands in-line with home plate and falls off to third on his follow through.  Arm slot is over the top and is loose through the zone.  Fastball was 80 MPH with good command both in and out.  He also added a 67-70 MPH curve with sweeping 2/7 break through the zone.   

 

Jon Thoren LHP / Erie, CO / 2019

6-foot-4, 200 pounds. Short on back side then comes from over the top arm slot. Arm is loose, and ball jumps on batter. Fastball lived 81-82, touching 83 mph. Good down angle in zone with FB. Has ability to throw 3 pitches at same arm speed as fastball. CB lived 67-68 with late depth at 1/7 shape, and change up was 71-72 with late fade. 

 


 

 

Elliot Pigati LHP / Dakota Ridge, CO / 2019

6-foot-1, 195 pounds. Big body athletic pitcher. Pigati came off an injury last spring, Pigati got back on the horse this summer and threw very well for the Dakota Ridge Eagles. Pigati’s arm path is loose through the zone from ¾ arm angle. Fastball was up to 84 mph this summer, with potential to reach upper 80’s this spring. Strong lower half  leg drive with good inline extension towards plate. Throws three pitches all at same arm speed. Curve lives 65-66 with 1/7 shape. Change has arm side fade at 74-75 mph. Also ran a 7.13 60 time.

 


 

Brent Dibiase LHP / Regis Jesuit, CO / 2019

6-foot-1, 155-pound left hand pitcher. On the mound he is a lanky, left handed pitching prospect. Tall and fall delivery, cross bodied style, high front side, in-line landing, some athleticism in finish. Quick tempo, long, loose arm action, high ¾ slot, regular effort throughout. Fastball, arm side run, 82-84 mph. Showcased a 69-71 mph slider with late backdoor break.  Struck out 5 of the 6 batters he faced.