Ryan Ure
Ryan Ure




Oklahoma State
Eaton (HS) • CO
6-7 • 230LBS • R/L
Travel Team: Trosky National


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Super 60

Ure didn’t flash the big velo that most of the other arms at the event threw up, but he did show some big upside. The 6-foot-7, 230-pound southpaw comfortably worked 88-89, touching 90 mph, with some sink and arm side life on a fastball that averaged 2366 RPM with a max of 2472 RPM. He worked crisp and polished throughout the bullpen’s sequence with even pacing and a low heart rate, and looked the part of a future starter with a three-pitch mix. The changeup was his best secondary offering, profiling best off the fastball at 80-82 (1729 RPM avg.) with later sinking action for strikes. His slider flashed as an adequate third offering at 79-81 with shorter break for strikes, and as it was an early preseason bullpen for the Colorado-native, there is a chance it ticks up a bit this spring. Ure’s arm works freely through a controlled stroke before showing quickness out front as he releases from a higher 6.54 ft. average release height which allows him to drive a steep downhill plane through the zone giving the fastball some heaviness. Overall, Ure’s low-effort and poised bullpen provided a glimpse at a future left-handed starter, and given his relatively low innings use, there is considerable upside to get excited about as he gains more experience.


Ure looks the part of a future weekend starter with a long, athletic frame and the ability to run a fastball into the low-90s, with more on the way. He counters that with feel for a solid breaking ball and changeup, and could develop into an elite arm over time. Ure pounds the zone with his fastball, and his arm action and lower half sync up efficiently, at a low effort, especially for a player of his size and stature.

Left-handed pitcher Ryan Ure out of Eaton debuts at No. 11. At 6-foot-5, 195 pounds, Ure possesses a fastball that lives between 83-85 mph. Equally proportioned, Ure has a large frame and broad shoulders showing durability on the mound.  Ure's arm action is clean and his arm works quick from high 3/4. Motion is effortless towards plate. Balance is controlled through motion, lands slightly closed with good extension towards the hitter, slight fall off towards 3rd. Has better command of strike zone on arm-side, but pitches to both sides. Mixes in a 75 mph change with late fade at same arm speed as fastball, and curve has 11/5 shape at 70-71 mph. 

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