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Santa Clara
Carmel (HS) • CA
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R


2020 National

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Coming off a big summer that saw him pitching in the Area Code Games showing off his quick loose arm, Trosky looked good in his three innings of work. Long and high waisted frame with lean muscle and athletic build Trosky worked from the stretch only with the hands away from the chest. The athletic lift and drive motion generates torque and speed down the hill from a 3/4 release after a high glove side. In this three inning stint, Trosky showed off all three pitches striking out two, walking one and giving up two runs on two hits. The second inning was the only one where he had any issues, giving up the runs, walk and hits. FB 87-90 T92 extending the plate on both sides with good through the zone angle. CHG 77-80 having some arm side run early in counts before going to a heavier version when ahead in the counts. CB 71-74 with 3/4 late bend having firm break and flashing late sweep; swing and miss showing back foot version when needing it. The CB was particularly effective especially when he located the FB up through the top of the zone. Will be a high follow for 2020 season

9/28/18 - The uncommitted (at time of this report) Rowan Trosky jumped out in this outing showing a strong, lean muscle build with a tight waist and length in his legs. He only pitched one inning but was very good in that inning striking out three. His delivery keeps his hands away from the body while staying at his waist, building tempo with a quick leg lift while allowing his very quick arm to be compact on the back and releasing in a high-3/4 spot. He can really turn his core and creates great angle commanding to the lower half of the zone before finishing over a stiff and solid front leg. The FB was 85-87 T88 MPH with late cut to the glove side and being able to spot the pitch on both sides of the plate. The late cut action made the pitch jump on hitters and kept them uncomfortable. He blended two off-speed pitches, CB and SLD, with better feel for the SLD in the outing. The SLD was 72-75 MPH with tight lateral spin while showing short break. He often pitched backwards, starting hitters off with the SLD or CB and showing the ability to go back-to-back with the pitch for punch-outs. The CB was 71-73 MPH with short, late action and 12-to-6 shape. His command was on point with all three pitches pounding the zone and he kept a great tempo throughout the outing. A name to follow for spring.

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