2018 Cape Cod: Chatham Prospect Reports

David Seifert
Director of College Scouting

Team by team prospect reports from recent coverage of the Cape Cod Baseball League, continues with the Chatham Anglers:


Jeff Belge, 2019, LHP (St Johns)
Six-foot-four, 220 pound strong bodied lefty who dominated hitters during his three inning July 21 relief appearance against Y-D. Quick and clean arm action to a high-three quarters slot produced a 91-94 mph fastball. Great carry through the zone with riding life. Overpowered for repeated swing/miss. Kept hitters honest by mixing an occasional 80-82 mph sweepy slider. Slowed arm and dropped slot a bit. Due to his left-handed velocity and swing/miss fastball, Belge may receive early Day Two consideration for the 2019 draft, but must stay healthy and refine his command and secondary offerings.


Austin Bergner, 2018, RHP (North Carolina)
Did not see on this trip to the Cape. For a report on a previous look this past spring against Duke, please see Scouting Trail: Week 13

Jack Conlon, 2019, RHP (San Jacinto JC)
Conlon continues to write his story with Chatham as his prep days and the 2017 amateur draft are well-known. After throwing just two innings as a freshman at Texas A&M this past spring, Conlon will transfer to San Jacinto JC this fall. In the Cape he showed a 90-93 mph fastball..

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