Team Ohio Future Games: Meet The Team - Seth Logue, RHP, 2020




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By Dylan Hefflinger
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From August 2nd through August 5th, PBR Ohio will take a select team of players in the Classes of 2019, 2020 and 2021 to represent Ohio at the PBR Future Games in Westfield Indiana at Grand Park.

Players receive exposure unlike any other event for underclassmen. Last year, 100 colleges from all over the country were in attendance, including coaches from every DI power conference in the country. Only players who have a legitimate shot at being a Division I recruit and who have an interest in the possibility of making a verbal commitment during their sophomore or junior seasons will be considered.

Team Ohio Future Games: Meet The Team - Seth Logue, RHP, 2020



Seth Logue

Class of 2020 / RHP

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2020
  • Primary Position: RHP
    Secondary Position: SS
  • High School: Moeller
    State: OH
  • Height: 6-0
    Weight: 140lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Pitching
90
Max FB
87 - 90
FB
77 - 79
CB
78 - 80
CH
Position
7.33
60-yard
82
INF Velo
83
Exit Velo
4.41
H-1st
Position
60-yard
7.63
INF Velo
82
Exit Velo
81
Position
60-yard
7.33
INF Velo
77
Exit Velo
83

Scouting Report

6/6/17
One of the top pitching prospects in the 2020 class. Smaller frame but has some serious arm talent. Arm is fast, loose, and clean. Very mechanically sound and creates solid energy with his lower half. Expect his running 81-83 mph fastball to easily increase as he grows and adds strength. Advanced pitch ability for his age. Both of his secondary offerings are impressive. Spins a plus, 12/6 breaking ball maintaining arm speed. Throws the pitch firm at 74-75 mph, giving it depth and sharpness. Also has feel for a change-up that has a similar look to his fastball. At the plate he starts open in an athletic stance. Gets thing started through a leg kick load prior to his controlled stride. Bat has some quickness to it on a level path. Continuously produced line drives in batting practice. Type of bat that could hit just about anywhere in the lineup. In the infield he gets good reactions off the bat showing a quick first step. Glove skills were impressive and footwork was athletic. Transfer skills are smooth and he has the arm to stay on the left side of the infield.
60-yard dash: 7.33
Infield Velocity: 77
Exit Velocity: 83

3/19/16
5-foot-8, 130-pound prospect with athletic frame. Top prospect at this event with advanced skills for his age as both a pitcher and position player. Short arm action through ¾ to high ¾ slot. Accurate throws with impressive top velocity of 77 mph. Good carry to his throws. Creates angles and keeps his feet moving. Gets rid of the baseball. At the plate he creates excellent energy into contact through an efficient load and aggressive stride. Used both sides of the field and registered a top exit velocity of 69 mph. Ran a 7.89 60-yard dash. It’s hard to believe you are watching a prospect who isn’t in high school when you watch Seth off the mound. He is mechanically sound with loose arm action that should translate to added velocity as he matures. His fastball had natural run and sat between 79-81 mph. His 11/5 shaped curveball has very sharp break as it drops off the table as it crosses the zone at 70-72 mph. Also showed feel for a changeup that had fade to it at 71-72 mph. Very bright future.