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Cal State Fullerton
Cypress (HS) • CA
6-3 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CBA Marucci
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2019 DRAFT Giants ROUND 36th


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2/12/19 - The Cal State Fullerton signee had some command issues early before settling in and finding his rhythm. The righty tossed a complete game shutout that included five hits and seven strikeouts. His fastball was 85-88 topping out at 90 while his curveball was 71-72 mph. He also featured a slider at 72-75 and changeup at 77-78 mph.

4/4/18 - Cal State Fullerton commit. 6-foot-3, 190-pound frame that is long, lean, and projects to add mass with continued physical maturation. Shoulders are squared and body is proportionally distributed. Repetti shows a high level of athleticism on the mound as he is also a high level third baseman with a present hit tool. Repetti shows a full arc that results in a full arm swing path in the back. The righty starts tall before dipping & driving into his delivery. Lands online consistently with his repeatable and balanced delivery landing consistently through his front knee. There is some effort to his delivery as evidenced by his head whip. Creates plane from a high 3/4 arm slot on his fastball when he doesn't try to run it up. Repetti's fastball worked 86-88 mph and touched 89 mph showing late life as it entered the hitting zone. He shows command of the pitch and throws it to both sides of the plate showing no fear when pounding it in on right handed hitters. Repetti's curveball shows plus potential as he throws two varieties of it, one a sweeping, slurvy type with 11-5 break, and the other a sharp, late diving one. The pitch worked 74-75 mph early, before settling in at 71-73 mph late into the outing. Repetti's changeup is also an effective pitch as he uses the same arm slot and speed as his fastball. The pitch shows good sinking action and he keeps it down at 75-79 mph. Repetti shows the moxie to throw any pitch in any count.

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