Prep Baseball Report

2021 Scout Day: CT Rangers - Quick Hits

Trevor Brown and PBR New England Staff
PBR New England Co-Director of Scouting

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We would like to thank all who participated in The PBR New England 2021 Scout Day: CT Rangers. This was a great opportunity for 2022-2026 prospects to be put on college recruiting boards. Many players impressed during their individual workouts at the showcase. Below we have the complete statistical results from the event as well as the top performers across various different categories.

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2021 Scout Day: CT Rangers - Quick Hits

The Players

  • Andrew Lucas, 2023, RHH, a short crisp swing, approach is to all fields. Showed good feet and a soft glove at 1st. The exit velocity was clocked at 89 mph.
  • Anthony McBride, 2022, RHH/RHP, hands are very strong, closed off stance, approach is more to pull side, good bat speed at 85 mph. Off the mound, arm action is super loose and whippy, creates a ton of arm side action, fastball up to 79 mph, with a good hook.
  • Colin Spidal, 2024, RHH, shows good hands, working with minimal effort through the zone. The exit velocity was at 85 mph, baseball jumps off the bat, an all fields approach. Above average actions is the field.
  • Cooper Fesh, 2023, LHH/C, smooth swing front the left-side, balanced, line drives to all fields. Defensively, moves well behind the plate, glove is strong, arm is super clean. Loves his craft, look for his game to climb at some point. 
  • Joey O’hara, 2024, RHH, took a solid round of batting practice, hands are loose and work with easy effort. Stayed in the middle of the field, line drives, with an exit velocity 86 mph.
  • Kevin Dall, 2022, RHH, a twitchy athlete, electric hands, a plus runner, ran a 6.76 sixty. Good actions in the field. Someone to follow.
  • Kyle Grabowski, 2023, LHH/RHP, level to up path, barrel has life and whip to it. Looks to drive the baseball to all fields. Off the mound, arm is super loose and ckan, heavy arm side sink, fastball up to 81 mph, slider up to 69 mph. Look for the velocity to jump.
  • Miguel Genao, 2023, RHH/SS, showed well on both sides, bat is live, hands work, all fields with approach, had an exit velocity of 91 mph, with more in there as he continues to add strength. Actions are smooth and quick, arm has life, clocked at 81 mph, look for a monster year.
  • Nicholas Petta, 2024, RHP, short, quick, clean arm action, working from a natural ¾ slot, pounded the zone with a two pitch mix. The fastball reached 76 mph, had quick hand speed on a slurvy breaker at 69 mph.
  • Ryan Lorenzo, 2021, RHH, reclassing to a 2022, strength with the hands at the plate, gap power, good around the bag at 1st base.
  • Shane McLaughlin, 2022, RHH/3B, good actions at third base, with arm strength at 78 mph. Physical in the bx, chance to be an extra base guy. The swing has lift to it, more of a pull approach, baseball comes off the bat. 
  • Tanner Wall, 2023, RHP, short and clean arm action, works from a 3.4 slot, clocked at 76 mph, look for a jump. Breaking ball showed good spin and depth to it. Young arm to follow.