Ray Anderson
Ray Anderson
Ray Anderson
Ray Anderson




Lindsay Lane Christian (HS) • AL
6-2 • 175LBS • R/L
Travel Team: Huntsville Christian Chargers


2023 National

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Lindsay Lane Christian  (AL), 2023
Positional Profile: LHP/1B 2023 southpaw that mixes 3 pitches very well and fills the zone up.
Body: 6-2, 175-pounds. Long, lean, projectable frame.
Delivery: Slow, low effort delivery that does a good job getting down the mound.
Arm Action: LH. Loose/quick high 3/4 slot.
FB: T81, 78-80 mph. Pounded the zone with sink and both occasional ASR and cut at times.  T1969, 2013 average rpm.
CB: 70-73 mph. Late 12/6 shape with command.   T1801, 1912 average rpm.
CH: 71-73 mph. Pitch really disappears thrown with fastball intent. Solid feel and command.


6-foot-2, 175-pound lean proportional frame. Solid feel on the mound, used a high ¾ arm angle and showed very quick arm action and consistenty with the arm path. Slow-tempo type pitcher who uses little effort in the delivery with an athletic balance point. The curveball (67-70 mph) is a solid pitch and also sat with the fastball at 79-80 mph showing arm side command. Shows deceiving action and very consistent command on his changeup (70-72). The fastball showed late arm side action and he was able to throw all 3 pitches in any count. All pitches come out of the same slot and he shows solid feel for the changeup. There is plenty of room for velocity in the future but Anderson commands all 3 pitches well.


The sophomore southpaw may not light up a radar gun but if you are wanting a guy that can get plenty of swing and misses with multiple pitches, Anderson is your type of guy. His ability to change speeds and locate to all quadrants allows him t miss barrels on a consistent basis. Has equal confidence in any pitch to throw at any time which keeps hitters from getting “comfortable” in the box. Very clean over the top arm path allows him to showcase a true “downer” breaking ball that he spins at a high level. The pitch tunnels well with his fastball at 65-66 mph as he gets a ton of swing and miss action on the breaking ball. The fastball stayed in the upper 70’s (76-79 mph) throughout as he could spot this pitch anywhere he wanted, while showing typical left handed arm side run. A young arm to keep an eye on. Struck out 11 and walked only 2 in 6.2 innings.


6-foot, 150-pound. Fluid on the mound, where he showed quick arm speed, he had a ¾ arm angle with a consistent arm action. Showed easy effort in his delivery. a clean finish. Threw his fastball 76-78 mph with a max of 79 mph; has running action and very consistent control. Threw his 1/7 curveball (68-71) with control around the zone and hard action.

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