Bryce Baughman
Bryce Baughman
Bryce Baughman
Bryce Baughman
Bryce Baughman




Placer (HS) • CA
6-1 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Chico Aces
2021 National

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Body: 6-1 185 lb. Well proportioned build with average athleticism.
Hit: Sets up in a wider straight up base with bat horizontal at the shoulder. Slight lean into his backside for his load and just turns his front foot in for his trigger. Flatter swing path (81% on plane efficiency) with contact made out front. Good extension through at finish.
Power: 90 mph exit velocity. 70.40 max bat speed and 18 gs max rotational acceleration show a decent power ceiling.
Defense: Showed solid defensive actions. Takes good angels which helps with range. Clean exchanges. Comfortable on the move.
Arm: 75 mph infield velocity. ⅘ accurate throws in defensive workout. Longer arm action but is quick in getting to release. Doesn’t need extra time to set up throws.
Speed: 7.18 (60-yard)

Pitching: Exclusive from the stretch. Uses a medium knee tuck and drops into the rear leg. Repeatable mechanics. Larger stride length. Finishes in a good fielding position at landing. Controls body well for a side armer. Long and loose arm action. Consistent with that side arm slot on all pitch types.
FB: 79-81.  Some present arm side run. Can put it wherever he wants. Comfortable throwing it glove side.
SL: 69-71. Nice sweeping action. Ability to throw it for strikes and as a swing and miss pitch. Really effective against RHs running it off the plate.
CH: 72-74. Nice arm side fade. Was effective in getting hitters of the FB. Located it low in the zone.


Positional Profile: RHP
Body: 6-1, 180-pounds. Average present build, rangy, with a frame to hold future size and strength.
Delivery: High knee lift, all from stretch, uses hips well, long stride, good body control, in-line, outstanding extension.
Arm Action: LH. Sidearm with occasional low-3/4 slot, long easy quick arm, did work to get lower than sub at times.
FB: T81, 77-80 mph. Quicker than the velocity, best sink when got to lower slots, has feel of the zone, induces contact.
SL: 63-69 mph. Flashed ability to sweep into and out of zone, can add and sub, has feel for zone and getting off the barrel.


Bay Area World Series 2020 (BAWS) - Uncommitted; Low slot RHP reliever profile for college level to add different look for a pitching staff, pounds zone w/3 pitches (FB/SL/CHG), showed ability to lower his slot even further, low-80s w/projectability for more, middle of field approach at plate, barrel contact w/extra base pop in 4 of 6 plate appearances.



Positional Profile: RHP/1B
Body: 6-1, 180-pounds. Medium frame. Upper body is filling out with room for gains in the lower half.

Delivery: Pitches out of the stretch and on the 1B side of the rubber with a medium knee lift. Drops and drives at the same time. Steps into the RH box. Shows repeatability of mechanics with pitch inconsistencies coming from release.

Arm Action: RH. A long circular arm action that gets to a slightly higher sidearm slot. At times was late at release but executed pitches when he got good extension. When front foot lands he rotates well which helps him get some good arm speed.

FB: T81, 77-80 mph. Showed some armside run and played well down in the zone.

SL: 66-68 mph. Got it over for strikes with high usage. Induced weak contact

CH: 68-69 mph. Had some present fade. 1200-1300 spin. Worked well against RH’s.


PBR Norcal Preseason All-State - Max FB 79, FB 74-78, CB 61-65, CHG 74-76

PITCHING: Broad and full-bodied at 6-foot-1, 185-pounds. Multiple arm angles on the mound, showed that he can use the multiple looks to throw various pitches. Starts delivery with post leg move to the 1B side of rubber, easy lift, keeps knees pinched and works calmly down the slope to a slightly open stride that is on-line. Long circular arm action gets to high 3/4 slot, while also incorporating a side arm slot. All fastballs and change-ups showed nice fade and action down in the zone, while H3/4 slot curveball showed steady 11/5 break. Maintained good body control throughout the delivery and ends up in good fielding position. Went through pen session with good energy and seems to enjoy the game that pitching can be, vs just going through the motions and throwing the baseball. Seems to have creativity in the craft, with a pitch-to-contact approach.

7.98 60yd, 73 INF, 86 EV 

Hitting/1B: 6-1, 185 stout build with thicker lower half and space for young weight to shape. Barrel rhythm with hands at back shoulder in wider base; leans back in load with hands lifting before quick fire to baseball. Quick turns allow barrel to have speed out of turn behind him working barrel upwards through the zone with control; created easy lift to the gaps and there may be more power present with maturity (86 EV). Moved well around and off the bat at 1st playing with better athleticism and good footwork attacking the baseball; loose arm is able to adjust to different throws keeping it on the bags (73 INF).

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