Stephen Moraski




Kaskaskia JC
Oak Mountain (HS) • AL
6-0 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: East Cobb Prime 17U
2021 National

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RHP Stephen Moraski (2021, Kaskaskia CC) went toe-to-toe with Moody for four innings on the mound for the Eagles. Moraski, who made a huge statement at this past summer’s Top Prospect Games, continued to trend upward with the arm in this start. Spotted up the fastball to all quadrants at 83-84 mph consistently. Poured in a heavy diet of 71-73 mph (2150 rpm) breaking balls with sharp command of the pitch. Mixed high fastball/low breaking ball combo efficiently. He was cruising into the 5th inning, but allowed three runs against the Senators and was pulled after that. Although he was credited with the loss, Moraski had only allowed two base runners through four innings. He finished striking out nine hitters in five innings of work.


6-foot, 145-pound solid frame. At the plate, Moraski had a max exit velocity of 88 mph. Starts in a balanced stance with a controlled load. Has simple swing plane and efficient bat speed. Had some loud contact and found multiple barrels. Line drive approach. Recorded an outfield position velocity of 85 mph; has smooth feet, soft hands and a natural exchange. Showed a quick arm action with consistent accuracy to the bag. Established speed as one of his strengths with an efficient 60 time of 6.92. On the mound, using a quick arm action he showed good arm speed from a high ¾ arm angle. Shows some effort in his delivery. Consistent balance point. Lands square with a clean finish. Slider (74-77 mph).Sat with his fastball at 86-87 mph with a max of 88 mph; has running action and in the zone command. Has a 11/5 curveball that shows tight action and around the zone command. His changeup (79-80) has control around the zone and fading action. Legit two way talent.


Moraski shows a sneaky fastball at 86-88 that he commands. The breaking ball is an out pitch at 74-77 with late 11/5 break. The changeup was a solid third offering with fading action at 79-80. He pounded the zone with the fastball and pitched confidence. Some added strength would likely bring a little more velocity. At the plate, Moraski looked comfortable in the box with a pull-side approach and some lift in his swing. It’s simple and finds constant barrels in BP.

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