Patrick Moody
Patrick Moody




Sparkman (HS) • AL
5-11 • 155LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Vipers Baseball Academy


2022 National

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Position: RHP/2B

Body: 5-foot-11, 155-pound lean frame.

Pitching: Above average. Feel delivery, easy effort. Low ¾ arm angle, consistent arm speed, long arm action. Athletic balance point, lands soft, a clean finish.

FB: T80. 78-80 mph. (Max spin 1833;  Avg 1702). Very consistent accuracy, sinking action.

CB: 71-74 mph. Very consistent command, swing and miss action, 10/4 movement.

CH: 72-73 mph. Very consistent control, fading action.

2021 grad that continues to trend up after a stellar junior campaign. All he does is miss barrels. 


Just continues to turn in quality start for the Senators during his junior campaign. Obviously Causey is the front line arm on the team but Moody can be just as effective from the slide arm slot he uses effectively. All of his pitch offerings seem to sink late as he continues to pound the lower half of the zone. The fastball was 79-81, topping at 81 mph with a ton of arm side action. His other pitch, the breaking ball at 72-74 mph, creates the exact opposite action as it darts late from RH hitters. If the effectiveness of pitching is missing barrels, then Moody can be considered ultra-successful Count us in as big fans of Moody as he does it each time out. In G3 he went a complete game, only allowing 3 hits while striking out 10, not issuing a walk and did not allow an earned run.


RHP Patrick Moody (2022) finds himself back on the Weekly Scout Blog after making an appearance last week for his 7 inning shutout performance against Ardmore. Moody showed no signs of slowing down on Friday night, as he turned in another gem on the mound against a talented & deep Oak Mountain lineup. Pitching from a side arm slot, the right-handed hurler tossed bowling ball-like fastballs for the duration of his outing, reaching 81 mph in the process. It’s a heavy pitch with significant sink no matter what side of the plate it is thrown. Moody coupled that with a 73-74 mph slider with wipeout potential. He used it as an out-pitch, but threw it in any count. He commanded the tempo, worked quick, and pounded the zone with both pitches. He finished going 7 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 BB & 10 K’s.


Moody was obviously the star of the night as he twirled a complete game shutout in only 88 pitches. The junior was in complete control all night as he continued to pound both halves of the plate with both of his pitches. He continued to get ahead of hitters and was able to stay out of the middle of the plate. Throwing from a very low slot, both pitches looked identical out of the hand and both created excellent action. The fastball stayed 78-81 mph throughout the outing and showed serious arm side action and sink down in the zone. The breaking ball was more slider type (from that low arm slide) and tunneled well with the fastball and showed late, sharp bit at 73-74 mph. Loved the competitive nature and how he simply attacked hitters. His final line: 7 IP, 4 hits, 9 K, 2 BB.

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