Xavier Marquez
Xavier Marquez
Xavier Marquez
Xavier Marquez




San Leandro (HS) • CA
6-0 • 170LBS • R/L
Travel Team: Extreme


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Body: 6-0, 170-pounds. Lean pitchers build, flexible throughout, room to fill out.
Delivery: High leg kick, off-set out of the stretch, stays tight, repeatable delivery, balanced throughout. Good feel for four-pitch mix.
Arm Action: LH. High 3/4 arm slot, repeatable arm action, lost some arm speed towards the end of his outing. Struck out 4 batters, walked 2, 2 hits, 2 ground ball outs.
FB: T81, 77-80 mph. Located fastball to all four quadrants, 10;45 tilt, 15.5 IVB (slight ride) and -12.1 (above-average cut) give his fastball unique movement, making it tough inside on RHH and tough away on LHH. 
CB: 61-65 mph. Most used off-speed pitch, good overall feel, located to both sides. Low spin and low velocity makes this a command and control curveball that needs to on point pitch-to-pitch. 
SL: 70 mph. Developing pitch, higher spin and tighter break than curveball, continued development could garner more swings and misses. 
CH:  Good speed and spin differential from fastball. IVB 10.4 (significant sink) and HB -16.5 (extreme cut) give this pitch ideal movement off his fastball and should be used more. 


Delivery: At 6’0, 170 pounds, lean body moves well around the mound.  Hands starting at face, first moves and timing was good.  Hands move down to activate leg kick, hands move in sync with leg kick.  High ¾ arm slot, stays out in front on all his pitches with plus command.

FB: With a fastball from 77-81 mph, good arm side run.  Challenges hitters in, good command.

CB:  Located both sides of the plate, used the curveball effectively.  

SL: Very good off of fastball, stays on top of the baseball well, more effective pitch than the curveball.  Used it as a swing and miss pitch

CH: Ranging from 71-73 mph, this was a very deceptive pitch.  With good downward break, and depth.


Positional Profile: LHP
Body: 6-0, 170-pounds. Proportioned build, has lean strength, room in upper body frame to continue to fill out.
Delivery: In-line stride, good body control, simple smooth waist high knee lift, breaks on time, finishes with balance, uncomplicated and repeatable.
Arm Action: LH. High-3/4 slot, some controlled depth on backside and comes out of it well, stable front side allows for extension and finish.
FB: T83, 79-82 mph. Went to both sides of plate well, showed run-ability on arm side and able to bore in on glove side, strong extension allows velo to play up a tad, owned the zone, capable of developing a fastball as the primary pitch even if velocity peaks in mid-80s.
CB: 62-65 mph. Well above average feel, gets fingers to front of ball well, shapes it with touch, has rolling depth and continuous break through the zone, strong complement to the FB.
CH: 70-73 mph. Flashed enough feel to project out as an an above average change, reduces spin off FB with bigger movement pattern to arm side, release and extension nearly mirror the FB. Quality offering for classic LHP three-pitch mix.

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