7/20/21 The nephew of TCU associate head coach Bill Mosiello, Andrew was a strike-throwing machine out of the Oregon bullpen this spring, posting a 52-8 K-BB mark in 39.1 innings over 21 appearances as a 2YR FR. He has thrived in a starting role for Harwich this summer, going 1-1, 2.01 with 26 strikeouts against 11 walks in 22.1 innings, while holding opponents to a .060 batting average. Sturdily built and physically mature at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds, Mosiello lacks projection but does have a clean high three-quarters arm action that produces 89-92 mph velocity (bumping 93) without excessive effort. The pitch stays on plane with some riding life up in the zone despite mostly average spin rates in the 2200s; he hides it well and it seems to jump on hitters, resulting in nine empty swings over 5.1 strong innings in our mid-July look. His pitchability and competitiveness are his greatest assets, but he also showed excellent feel for a short, late slider/cutter at 82-87 mph, which he threw for strikes almost at will and used for an occasional out pitch. He throws his 83-84 mph changeup with conviction, and it flashes some hard diving action, though it was a bit inconsistent on this day. He also mixes in a slow curve in the low 70s as a show pitch to steal a strike early in counts. Mosiello doesn’t have the sexiest arsenal, but he can really pitch, and he looks like a prime breakout candidates for the Ducks next spring, with a chance to pitch his way into the top 10 rounds.