Phillip DiGirolamo
Phillip DiGirolamo
Phillip DiGirolamo

CLASS OF 2022

RHP

Phillip
DiGirolamo

Carmel (HS) • CA
6-1 • 175LBS • R/R

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2022 National

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10/16/21

Positional Profile: RHP
Body: 6-1, 175-pounds. Body unchanged from previous viewing a month or so ago, athletic frame with strength through shoulders.
Delivery: All out of stretch, tuck knee lift to slightly above waist, gathers over rubber as he separates, controls body down slope out to slightly open stride, maintains balance through release.
Arm Action: RH. Lower slot with L-3/4 release, backside depth to the waist, arm swing toward 1B side due to slight tuck over rubber, loose arm looks capable of handling frequent work as would be the role of a reliever.
FB: T83, 80-82 mph. Slot suggests a sinker baller though tight spin (2472 max, 2320 avg) allows for ability to pitch up and down, does have above average arm side movement (18.5 max, 12.9 avg) with feel of the zone, the easy sleepy arm action can allow the FB to sneak up on hitters.
CB: 67-69 mph. Slippery action, wide sweeper, best when starting out of the zone into the zone due slot that can present it as a ball early after release.
SL: 70-73 mph. Look of the CB out of hand, slightly better spin (2310 max, 2196 avg), smaller break both horizontally and vertically off the CB as a slider would be, release height and extension are similar, effective pitch to force soft contact.

9/11/21

Positional Profile: RHP
Body: 6-1, 175-pounds. Athletic frame with strong shoulders.
Delivery: Closed set, and weight offset to backside. Slight turn on leg lift and hides the ball well from the hitter. Effectively uses his body to create torque.
Arm Action: RH. Very “whippy” and low-3/4 release about shoulder height that adds deception at release. 
FB: T83, 78-81 mph. Very good command on both sides of the plate. FB moves down and in to RHH about 15 inches on average according to TrackMan.
SL: 69-73 mph. Long sweeping action combined with late depth.
CH: 71-73 mph. Low slot and feel allow this to play well off the FB look, especially down in zone.

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