Unsigned Senior Games: Pitching Analysis



By Steve Nielsen
Scouting Supervisor – Illinois/Wisconsin

Pitching is always in high demand and there was plenty to go around at the Unsigned Senior Games. RHP Connor Hock, out of Bay Port, WI took the top overall spot showing a command-able 83-86 mph. His 6-foot-3, 190-pound frame and loose arm action screams more velocity in the tank. Closely behind was LHP Josh Mutter (Lincoln-Way North) who also just too the top spot in the outfield group. Mutter may have a higher ceiling on the mound as he showed a real knack for the mound and obvious athleticism. His pitchabiity might have been the best at the event and showcased a fastball that touched 82 mph.

Here’s a look at the top pitching prospects from the Unsigned Senior Games.

Top Pitching Prospects

1. Connor Hock, RHP, Bay Port (WI), 2015
6-foot-3, 190-pound right-handed pitcher currently ranked No. 28 in Wisconsin’s 2015 class impressed with projectable, lanky, and athletic frame.  Works from a tall and fall delivery, short, loose, high ¾ arm slot, regular effort, smooth rhythm, level shoulders throughout delivery, lands slightly closed.  Fastball sat 83-86 mph with running action for strikes.  Showed solid feel for 71-73 mph breaking ball with 11/5 shape and short, late biting action.  Also flashed a 79 mph changeup with solid arm speed.  Hock was one of the top arms available at the Unsigned Senior Games, and has the frame to add more velocity in the upcoming years.

2. Josh Mutter, LHP/OF, Lincoln-Way North, 2015
6-foot-3, extremely lanky 155-pound left-handed hitting outfielder/left-handed pitcher impressed as one of the top two-way talents at this year’s Unsigned Senior Games.  Hits from an open stance, hand load back smoothly, long stride, dives at times, short, level bat path with fluid rhythm and 82 mph exit velocity off the tee.  Went 2-for-5 with two singles during game action.  Defensively, fields position well, fluid footwork, clean exchanges, plays through the ball athletically.  Threw 87 mph from the outfield from long, loose, high ¾ arm slot with plus carry.  Athleticism and crow hop ability bodes well for future velocity gains on the mound, where he really impressed striking out five in two perfect, scoreless innings.  Ran a 7.23 60 and 4.50 from home to first.  Tall and fall delivery, same loose arm action as in the outfield, smooth rhythm, level shoulders, lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate, lands square.  Fastball sat 79-81, touching 82 mph with sink.  Gets on hitters quickly thanks to effortless delivery and arm action.  Threw sweeping slider for strikes at 66-69 mph, buried it down in the zone with two strikes getting three swinging strikeouts.  Changeup was also thrown for strikes at 68-72 mph with sink.  Mutter has a plus feel for pitching and the projectable frame to envision upper 80’s velocity in his future once he adds weight.

3. Robert Talarico, LHP, Joliet West, 2015
6-foot-1, 165-pound left handed pitcher, lean athletic build. Tilt and topple delivery, easy effort, good balance position, toe down, works online, stays closed with landing and shoulders. Arm action is quick, short and loose, high ¾ slot. Fastball has running action, touched 85 mph, pitched comfortably at 82-83 mph. Curveball backed up in first inning, looked sharper in second, pitched at 70-72 mph. Changeup has feel, 73-75 mph, arm side action. Missed barrels in two innings of work, produced weak contact, one strikeout, no hits.

4. Riley Wikel, RHP, Muskego, 2015
6-foot, 150-pound right handed pitcher, slight build, loose actions. Tall and fall delivery, forward rocker step from windup, regular effort, athletic finish. Quick arm, high ¾ slot, loose arm. Fastball topped at 87 mph, pitched consistently at 84-85 mph, occasional run, showed control in the zone. Curveball plays on 11.5 plane, 68-71 mph, most used secondary pitch in game action. Flashed changeup at 71 mph.

5. Matthew Vanek, RHP, Plainfield North, 2015
Tall lean frame, slender build, projectable frame at 6-foot-2, 155-pounds. Excellent tempo in game action, smooth delivery, gets it and goes. Arm action is loose, high ¾ slot, quick arm. Fastball sat 83-85 mph in windup, down a tick from slide step stretch. Curveball showed above average action, 11/5 plane, 64-69 mph. Worked quickly and efficiently in game action, two scoreless frames, no hits, no walks, one strikeout. Highly projectable right handed pitcher.

6. Daniel Budziak, LHP, St. Rita, 2015
5-foot-10, 170-pound left-handed pitcher works from a short, quick, high ¾ arm slot with regular effort.  Repeats delivery well, smooth rhythm, loads over the rubber toe up at balance point, shoulders stay level throughout, lower half stride directions stays in line with home plate, lands square.  Fastball sat 80-82 mph for strikes consistently.  66-69 mph breaking ball had 11/5 shape, flashed slurve action at times.  Also threw a 73 mph changeup.

7. Jackson Edwards, RHP, Chicago Hope, 2015
6-foot, 215-pound right handed pitcher, larger build, strong lower half. Delivery is clean and easy, repeatable, works on line and stays balanced. Arm action is shorter, high ¾ slot. Fastball occasionally cuts, ranged 80-84 mph, showed control of the zone. Curveball worked on 11/5 plane, 68-71 mph, tended to get more slurve like in second inning of work.

8. Brian Pall, RHP, Evergreen Park, 2015
6-foot-1, 210-pound right-handed pitcher impressed with physical frame; strong lower half, wide shoulders.  Pall works from a short, loose, high ¾ arm slot.  Drop and drive type delivery, breaks hands high, lower half loads well over rubber, some rhythm in delivery, lower half opens up early in delivery, lands slightly open.  Fastball sat 83-84 mph touching 85 with sink.  Sweeping breaking ball sat 64-66 mph for strikes.  Also threw a 68-71 mph split with tumbling action. 

9. Ryan Weiss, RHP, South Elgin, 2015
Projectable frame, 6-foot-3, 175-pound right-handed pitcher. Delivery works online, closed landing, shoulders stay level. Arm action is long, over the top slot. Fastball is mostly straight, four seam action, touched 84 mph, 80-83 mph. 12/6 curveball, flashed sharp action, 69-72 mph. Changeup showed arm side action with control, mostly down in the zone, 74-75 mph. Struck out three in two innings of game play.

10. Brian Schrimmer, RHP, Vernon Hills, 2015
5-foot-11, 170-pound right-handed pitcher currently ranked No. 246 in Illinois’ 2015 class.  Fastball sat 84-86 mph in first inning of work, 82-84 mph in second inning.  Works from a long, two-piece, high ¾ to over the top slot, stabs and wraps in back of arm action, but possesses above average arm speed.  Slight drop and drive delivery, toe up at balance point, leans torso back at balance point, shoulders work uphill, lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate.  Arm action effects speed of breaking ball, which is thrown 65-67 mph.  Did now show a changeup in game action, but sat between 74-77 mph between innings.  Schrimmer’s delivery is unique in that he is a bit stiff and awkward, but it’s a different look that provides deception and can make hitters uncomfortable.  Gave up one unearned run in two innings of work, with two strikeouts, not allowing a hit. 

Best of the Rest (Listed Alphabetically)

Brett Becker, RHP, Mendota, 2015
6-foot-2, 170-pound lanky right-handed pitcher. Works from a short, high ¾ arm slot, shoulder stay level throughout delivery, lower half stride direction stays on line. Fastball sat 74-76 mph in first inning of work, 72-73 mph in second, occasional arm side run. Slows arm on 61-63 mph breaking ball, gradual action, 11/5 shape. In two innings he walked two, allowed one hit and no runs.

David Blutcher, 1B/RHP, Southland College Prep, 2015
6-foot-1, 240-pound two-way player. Offensively hits from the right side, balanced stance, short stride, occasional leg kick. Showed strength offensively, occasional hard contact, 83 mph exit velocity from the tee. On the mound arm worked from an over the top slot. Fastball pitched at 67-70 mph. Curveball flashed sweeping action at 54-59 mph.

Brian Christianson, RHP, Lincoln-Way East, 2015
6-foot, 170-pound right handed pitcher, athletic build. Delivery works online, slightly rotational, good balance point, toe down, regular effort. Regular arm action, high ¾ slot. Fastball touched 81 mph, pitched at 77-80. Curveball ranged 69-70 mph. Flashed a changeup at 74-75 mph. Worked two scoreless innings in game action recording two strikeouts, allowing one hit and one walk.

Alex Crinigan, RHP, Hampshire, 2015
Extra Large frame, 6-foot-5, 205-pound right handed pitcher. Delivery works on line, some rhythm, regular effort. Arm action is long, high draw with hesitation at top, over the top slot. Fastball is mostly straight, 77-80 mph, touched 81 mph. Curveball has 12/6 shape, 65-70 mph. Changeup worked at 71 mph.

Ben Cusac, RHP, Alton, 2015
6-foot-3, 205-pound right-handed pitcher works from a tall and fall delivery, classic overhead windup, long, high ¾ arm slot, lower half loads over the rubber, shoulders stay closed until late in delivery.  Threw 80-83 mph fastball with sink for strikes.  Breaking balls blended together, 70 mph curveball and 72-73 mph slider both showed sweeping action, possesses a feel for strikes.  Also threw a 77 mph changeup. 

Rudy Delaney, RHP, Minooka, 2015
6-foot, 180-pound right handed pitcher, medium pitchers frame. Delivery showed regular effort, toe lift to balance position, closed landing, worked in line, uses slide step from the stretch. Arm action has length, loose, high ¾ slot. Fastball flashed cut action, ranged 75-77 mph, showed more cut in the 73-74 range. Curveball had 11/5 shape, sat at 62 mph.

Nick Followell, 1B/RHP, Plainfield East, 2015
6-foot-1, 180-pound right-handed hitting 1B/RHP hits from a wide setup, short leg kick stride, producing level bat path with pull tendencies and 77 mph exit velocity off the tee.  Defensively, threw 73 mph across the diamond from short, ¾, slinging arm action with accuracy.  On the mound, utilizes same arm action, toe down at balance point, shoulders closes off staying level throughout delivery, lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate, shoulders get rotational at times.  Fastball sat 76-79 mph with occasional cutting action.  64-66 mph slider had sweeping action.  73-74 mph changeup also cut at times.  Threw two scoreless innings with a looking strikeout on a 64 mph slider and a 6-4-3 double play ball in his second inning of work. 

Ben Geren, RHP, Vernon Hills, 2015
5-foot-10, 170-pound right handed pitcher. Delivery works with regular effort, toe lift balance position, front side coil. Arm works from high ¾ slot. Showed the ability to throw strikes with multiple pitches. Fastball is mostly straight, 73-75 mph topping out at 78 mph, feel for the zone. Changeup flashed action at 67 mph. Curveball ranged from 60-64 mph.

Adrian Gonzalez, RHP, Brother Rice, 2015
6-foot, 165-pound right handed pitcher. Long, loose arm action, over the top slot, collects over rubber. Fastball has some running action, 79-80 mph, touches 81 mph. Breaking ball has 11/5 shape, gradual action, 70-72 mph. Flashed changeup at 70-73 mph.

Ramon Gonzalez, 1B/LHP, Andrew, 2015
5-foot-11, 175-pound left-handed hitting first baseman/left-handed pitcher this from an open setup, short stride, hands load smoothly, simple approach, fluid, uphill bat path with 78 mph exit velocity off the tee.  Defensively, threw 78 mph across the diamond from long, high ¾ arm slot with some accuracy.  Ran a 7.34 60, 4.76 from home to first.  Fastball sat 72-75 mph, touched 78 once from long, clean, high ¾ arm slot.  Utilizes tall and fall delivery, breaks hands early, shoulders stay level throughout, lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate, lands slightly open.  68-69 mph breaking ball had sweeping, horizontal action.  Also threw a 71-73 mph changeup, hard to tell between fastball/changeup separation.  Threw two scoreless, hitless innings, with three walks.

Adam Gregory, LHP/1B, Shepard, 2015
6-foot-2, 165-pound left handed two-way player, lanky frame with some athleticism. Projects more on the mound. Drop and drive style delivery, short loose arm action, slight stab, quicker arm, high ¾ slot. Fastball pitched at 79-81 mph, touched 82 mph. Curveball worked on 1/7 plane, 59-60 mph. Changeup used near fastball arm action, 64-67 mph, used more in game action. Struck out two in two innings. Offensively hits from the left side, tall setup, short stride, line drive type path. 83 mph exit velocity from the tee.

Jonathan Hollifield, 3B/RHP, Bloom, 2015
6-foot-2, 235-pound two-way player, large frame, large build. On the mound uses a short over the top arm action, regular effort. Fastball showed control of the zone, 80-83 mph, touched 84 mph. Curveball has 12/6 shape, feel for the zone, 68-71 mph. Straight change at 73 mph. Worked two scoreless innings in game action. Right handed hitter, strong swing, reverse toe tap stride. Strong bat with bat speed. Defensively arm played 81 mph across the diamond.

Austin Jacox, 2B/RHP, Sycamore, 2015
5-foot-11, 173-pound right-handed hitting second baseman/right-handed pitcher hits from a balanced setup, short stride, hands load back smoothly, hips open up early, producing level bat path, line drive type hitter with gap-to-gap tendencies and 81 mph exit velocity off the tee.  Defensively, threw 75 mph across the diamond from short, loose, ¾ arm slot.  Showcased soft hands, plays through the baseball.  Ran a 7.42 60 and 4.68 from home to first.  Went 2-for-6 during gameplay with two singles.  On the mound threw two scoreless innings.  Works from short, over the top arm slot, fastball sat 73-76 mph, all cutters.  Would most likely throw a bit harder if he stayed behind the ball longer, but cutting action gets outs.  Also threw 65-67 mph curveball and 70-71 mph straight change.

Adam Kaloczi, RHP, Montini, 2015
6-foot-1, 135-pound lanky, right-handed pitcher works from a tall and fall delivery, long, high ¾ arm slot, with a slight wrap in back.  Upper half gets out ahead of legs, downhill shoulders.  Lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate.  Fastball sat 65-68 mph, curveball sat 57-59 mph with early, 12/6 break.

Zachary Kammin, RHP, Woodstock, 2015
Slender build, 6-foot-2, 160-pound right handed pitcher. Directional delivery squared landing, shoulders closed. Loose easy arm action, high ¾ slot. Fastball is mostly straight, above average spin, showed control of the zone, tendency to pull it across body, touched 83, pitched at 80-82 mph. Curveball has slurve type shape, 11/5 action, 70-71 mph. Changeup worked at 75-76 mph. Good velocity splits off of fastball.

Jack Koeckritz, RHP, Elgin, 2015
6-foot, 180-pound right handed pitcher, thick strong build. On the mound, delivery works with effort, over the top slot, closed landing. Fastball sat 80-82 in first inning, 77-80 in second inning. Curveball has 12/6 action, 64-67 mph.

Chase Lindem, RHP, Xavier (WI), 2015
6-foot, 178-pound right-handed pitcher works from short, high ¾ arm slot, tall and fall delivery, shoulders stay level throughout, toe up at balance point, hands raise up in windup around head, lower half stride direction closes off, throws across his body.  Fastball sat 77-79 mph touching 80, 81.  64-66 mph breaking ball had sweeping action, 10/4 shape.  Lone strikeout came on a 71 mph changeup thrown with excellent arm speed.

Jared Lingl, RHP, Schaumburg, 2015
6-foot, 235-pound right handed pitcher. High front side delivery, closed landing, short over the top arm action. Fastball sat 75-78 mph, showed control of the zone. Curveball had 11/5 shape, showed the ability to throw for strikes, 66-67 mph. Struck out one and walked none in two innings of game action.

Michael Lorenzi, LHP, Mount Carmel, 2015
6-foot, 220-pound left handed pitcher, strong lower half. Directional delivery, short arm action, over the top slot. Fastball has occasional run, 80-82 mph. Curveball has 11/5 action, 67-70 mph. Changeup thrown with near fastball arm speed, 71-73 mph. Struck out two in two inning of game action.

Cameron Murer, RHP/OF, Willowbrook, 2015
5-foot-8, 140-pound right-handed hitting outfielder/right-handed pitcher hits from a wide, crouched setup, short stride, hands load smoothly, incorporates legs into swing, hit several line drives during batting practice with opposite field tendencies and 76 mph exit velocity.  Defensively, threw 82 mph from the outfield from long, loose, high ¾ arm slot with accuracy.  Showcased average hands fielding, clean exchanges playing through the ball.  Ran a 7.01 60 and 4.76 from home to first. On the mound, utilizes same arm slot, above average arm speed, fastball sat 80-82 mph in his first inning of work, 79-81 mph in the second.  Tall and fall delivery, foot stays below knee at balance point, shoulders stay level throughout delivery, lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate, lands square, repeats delivery well with some rhythm. At times goes overhead in windup, but mixes it up.  Retired the side in order in the first with a swinging strikeout on a 66 mph curveball.  Curveball sat 64-67 mph with occasional 11/5 shape.  Also threw 72-73 mph changeup with fastball arm speed. 

Michael Quiram, 3B/RHP, Joliet Catholic, 2015
6-foot, 170-pound two-way player, athletic shape. Right handed hitter, balanced stance, short toe tap stride, good balance throughout. Repeats swing, contact type, middle of the field approach in BP, gap to gap, showed occasional bat speed, 81 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively uses long arm action across the diamond, high ¾ slot, some carry at 78 mph. Hands play with softness, short choppy footwork. 7.36 runner in the 60. On the mound, tall and fall delivery works with little effort, stretch only, upright finish. Arm works from high ¾ slot, occasionally drops slot to low ¾. Fastball touches 80 mph, pitched at 76-79 mph, maintains velocity when drops arm slot. Slider showed control, 66-70 mph. Flashed changeup at 69-70 mph. Worked two innings, no hits, two strikeouts, no walks and no runs.

Nico Ranieri, RHP, Riverside-Brookfield, 2015
6-foot-2, 185-pound right handed pitcher, athletic frame. Full windup delivery, long arm action, loads over rubber, hip coil. Fastball showed run, 77-79 mph. Curveball ranged 65-67 mph. Changeup worked at 70-72 mph.

Joe Rimac, LHP/1B, Notre Dame, 2015
6-foot-1, 180-pound athletic and lanky right-handed hitting first baseman/left-handed pitcher hits from a narrow, open setup, high leg kick, hands load back smoothly, producing short, level bat path with 73 mph exit velocity.  Defensively, threw 68 mph across the diamond from first base from short, ¾ arm slot with accuracy.  Soft hands fielding, feet work well around the bag.  Ran 7.67 60, and 5.04 from home to first.  On the mound, threw two scoreless innings allowing one hit with one strikeout.  Pounds the zone with 75-78 mph fastball from short, loose, high ¾ arm slot with slight hook in back of arm swing.  Tall and fall delivery, toe down at balance point, shoulders stay level throughout delivery, lower half stride direction in line with home plate.  66-68 mph curveball showed 11/5 shape, also threw a 70-71 mph changeup. 

Chris Robinson, RHP, Edwardsville, 2015
6-foot-2, 180-pound right handed pitcher, projectable frame. Tall and fall delivery, regular effort. Loose arm action, high ¾ arm slot. Fastball flashed slight sinking action, 80-82 mph, controlled the zone. Curveball had feel, 64-67 mph 11/5 plane. Straight changeup sat at 69 mph. 

Dalton Robinson, C/3B/RHP, Boylan Catholic, 2015
5-foot-11, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher/third baseman/right-handed pitcher hits from a tall, open setup, bat wraps during load, short stride, slightly uphill bat path with 84 mph exit velocity.  Defensively at third, threw 76 mph across the diamond from short, loose, high-3/4 arm slot with accuracy.  Hands were average, clean exchanges, plays through the baseball.  Behind the plate threw 74 mph from the crouch with pop times ranging between 2.05-2.12.  Threw out two runners during game play.  Went 2-for-4 with two singles and an RBI during game play.  On the mound arm action raises up a slot to over the top, fastball sits 80-82 mph.  Struck out four in two innings, allowing three hits and no runs.  All strikeouts came on 69-72 mph breaking ball with 11/5, late breaking shape.  Also flashed a 72 mph changeup.

John Santee, RHP, Prospect, 2015
6-foot-3, 195-pound right-handed pitcher, lanky frame. Arm works from over the top slot, firm action, lower half stays on line. Fastball works at 78-79 mph, mostly straight. Lands 11/5 breaking ball for strikes, 63-65 mph, occasional sweeping action. Flashed a 71 mph straight change. Tossed two scoreless innings, two strikeouts, allowed one hit.

Nicholas Sewruk, RHP, Yorkville, 2015
5-foot-11, 172-pound right handed pitcher, medium build. Delivery works exclusively from the stretch, across body, slight effort, some recoil on finish. Arm operates from high ¾ slot. Fastball is mostly straight, pitched consistently at 80-82 mph. Curveball has 11/5 shape, 64-66 mph. Slider has harder action, 72-73 mph. Also showed a splitter at 73-74 mph.

Chris Simpson, LHP, Wheaton Warrenville South, 2015
6-foot-5, 185-pound lanky and projectable left-handed pitcher works from a short, over the top arm slot, utilizes slight drop and drive delivery,  toe down at balance point, shoulders stay level throughout delivery.  Fastball sat 77-80 mph.  Slows arm on 62-66 mph curveball with gradual break and 1/7 shape which he consistently lands for strikes.  Struck out two in two innings of work one looking on a 65 mph curve, the other swinging on an elevated 77 mph fastball, without allowing an earned run.

Tyler Stegich, OF/RHP, Niles West, 2015
5-foot-11, 160-pound two-way player. Offensively hits from the right side, crouched setup with open stance. Long, level path, opposite field contact, 86 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively plays through the baseball in the outfield, long arm action, over the top slot, 80 mph arm strength from the outfield. On the mound, delivery shows direction, squared landing, hip coil. Over the top arm slot. Fastball is mostly straight, touched 81 mph, 77-80 mph, showed the ability to control the zone. Curveball has 12/6 shape, 63-67 mph. Struck out two in game action, worked a perfect second frame.

Andrew Stone, LHP, Grant, 2015
5-foot-11, 185-pound left handed pitcher, medium build. Tall and fall delivery , shoulders work uphill, upright finish, regular effort. Over the top arm slot, short arm action. Fastball is mostly straight. 74-77 mph. Curveball had minimal action, 60-62 mph.

Jason Stricklin, RHP, Lincoln-Way Central, 2015
6-foot-3, 190-pound right handed pitcher, thin lanky frame. Drop and drive style delivery, works exclusively from the stretch. Arm action is long, ¾ slot. Fastball had arm side run, 80-83 mph. Slider showed sweeping action, 68-70 mph. Flashed a changeup at 73-74 mph with occasional sink.

Jack Tierney, RHP, St. Edward Central, 2015
6-foot, 190-pound right-handed pitcher works from a short, over-the-top arm slot, toe down at balance point, compact delivery, level shoulders throughout, lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate, lands square.  Fastball sat 78-80 mph in first inning bumping 82 once, sat 76-78 mph in second inning of work.  Changeup sat 72-75 mph.  Gave up one run in two innings of work with four ground ball outs.

Adam Tisdale, RHP, Batavia, 2015
Thin build, long and lanky, projectable frame, 6-foot-2, 160-pound right handed pitcher. Tall and fall delivery easy effort, slow smooth delivery. Long arm action, high draw, high ¾ slot. Fastball is mostly straight, 77-79 mph. Rolling breaking ball, 60-63 mph, decelerated arm action. Flashed changeup at 70 mph.

Sam Trigillo, RHP, Springfield, 2015
6-foot-3, 180-pound right-handed pitcher, long frame. Arm action works from over the top slot, long firm arm action. Fastball pitched at 76-78 mph. Curveball sat 66-68 mph. Straight changeup flashed advanced fade action, 70-71 mph. Struck out five in two innings of work, three on changeups.

Dylan Weston, 1B/RHP, McHenry West. 2015
6-foot-4, 227-pound wide shouldered, strong lower half, left-handed hitting first baseman/right-handed pitcher hits from a balanced setup, short toe-turn stride to load hips, gets foot down early, hands load back smoothly, producing slightly uphill bat path, barrel gets extension, power to his pull side and natural lift to swing, with 89 mph exit velocity.  Defensively, threw 72 mph across the diamond from short, high ¾ arm slot.  Ran an 8.53 60, 5.47 from home to first.  On the mound fastball sat 76-77 mph from short, over the top arm slot, coming from his ear.  Utilizes tall and fall delivery, shoulders work downhill, lower half stride direction stays in line with home plate.  Threw 66-68 mph slider for strikes with cutting action.  Gave up one run in two innings, struck out the side in the second inning.

Aden Zimmerman, LHP, Holmen (WI), 2015
6-foot-1, 165-pound left handed pitcher, medium frame, lean build. Delivery shows regular effort, short arm action, over the top arm slot. Fastball is mostly straight, 74-77 mph. Curveball has depth, 12/6 plane, gradual action, 62-65 mph. Worked two scoreless frames in game action, produced weak contact, four of six outs via the groundball.

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