Blake Goldsberry
Blake Goldsberry
Blake Goldsberry

CLASS OF 2015

RHP
3B

Blake
Goldsberry

Kansas
Cherry Creek (HS) • CO
6-4 • 180LBS • R/R
2015 National

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5-12-15
Committed to Kansas. Currently ranked No. 14 in the 2015 class. 6-foot-4, 185 pound RHP/SS. Works from a short, loose, high ¾ arm slot. FB Blake had a stellar day on the mound today, pitching a complete game 3 hit shutout.  Blake struck out 4 batters to only 1 walk. Fastball ast 84-86 and touched 87. Blake had to work hard early on as the strike zone seamed to tighten up.  He showed good composure on pitches that looked to be strikes, called balls.  He was hitting his spots very well today, working the inner and outer half of the plate. Hitters couldn’t do much of anything with it today. From the stretch he was 1.36 from mound to home plate. Having a stellar season and is currently 8-1 with a 2.51 E.R.A in 44 IP giving up 41 hits.  Blake helped his cause on the mound today also going 2-4 at the plate with 2 RBI’s. Hitting .470 on the year with 29 RBI's.
3-13-15
Committed to Kansas. Currently ranked No. 16 in the 2015 class. 6-foot-4, 185 pound RHP/SS. Works from a short, loose, high ¾ arm slot. FB sat 82-83 mph for first three innings, then brought it up in the 4th touching 87 on a couple of occasions. Pace is fast for big pitcher. Just got done with basketball. When he got in a little jam in 4th inning he was able to take it to another level with fb. Pacing himself a bit to get in pitching shape. Offensively had a very good day at the plate.
6-16-14 6-foot-5, 180-pound right-handed pitcher and third baseman impressed as one of the top arms at the Colorado Top Prospect Games. Hits from a tall-athletic setup, with short stride and level swing which creates line drives from gap-to-gap, and produces a 83 mph exit velocity. Defensively, threw 80 mph from long, loose, high ¾ to arm slot.   Showed good hands playing through the baseball. Ran a 7.10 60.   Goldsberry works from a long, loose, high ¾ arm slot, tall and fall delivery, toe down at balance point, shoulders stay level throughout, stride direction stays in line with home plate, lands square, repeats delivery well with smooth rhythm.  Fastball sat 84-85 mph, touching 87 on a couple of occasions. Breaking ball at 68-69 mph flashed late 11/5 break when he stayed on top/behind it.  Goldsberry also throws a change with sink between 70-72 mph.  His feel for three pitches, present fastball velocity, clean arm action, and sturdy frame make him a prospect to follow and potentially a Division-1 arm, especially when he fills out.
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