Andrew Keaveney
Andrew Keaveney
Andrew Keaveney
Andrew Keaveney
Andrew Keaveney
Andrew Keaveney

CLASS OF 2022

1B
LHP

Andrew
Keaveney

Greens Farms Academy (HS) • CT
6-3 • 210LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Baseball U CT
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2/12/22

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Andrew Keaveney: 1B/LHP, (2022) Greens Farms Academy, CT. Union College (NY) Commit, 6-foot-3, 210-pound mature long build. (72.7 mph bat speed average). (23.2 mph hand speed average). Started in a balanced wide stance with a controlled load, then used a short stride. Has above average and developing bat speed, uphill loose swing plane and good extension on his finish. Barreled up lots of balls with loud contact. Aggressive approach. Smooth while in the infield, recorded position velocities up to 78 mph; shows a clean natural exchange, developing smooth feet, and soft sure hands. Fields the ball out front, movements laterally were developing. Used a ¾ slot and a loose arm action while showing consistent accuracy to the base. Projectable on the mound, showed consistent developing arm speed, also used a ¾ arm angle and a long arm action. Feel type pitcher who uses some effort. Showed athletic balance point and uphill shoulders. Lands closed with an athletic finish. Sat with his fastball at 80-81 mph; had arm side control and running action. (Max spin 2076; Avg 2006). Had arm side command and gradual fading action on his changeup (75-76). His slider (71-72) showed glove side control and slurvey action. (Max spin 2077; Avg 2016). Scout Evaluation Andrew Keaveney, Greens Farms Academy, 2022, CTPosition: 1B/LHPBody: 6-foot-3, 210-pound mature long build.Hit: (LHH) Above average and projectable. Begins in a balanced wide stance with a controlled load, then uses a short stride. Above average developing bat speed. Good extension on his finish, uphill loose swing. Aggressive approach. Power: , average 89.7 mph. 72.7 mph bat speed average. 23.2 mph hand speed average.Defense:  (IF) Soft sure hands, developing smooth footwork, clean natural exchange. Smooth.  Fields the ball out front, movements laterally were developing. Arm: 78 mph infield velocity. Loose arm action, ¾ slot, consistent accuracy. Pitching: Projectable. Feel delivery, some effort. ¾ arm angle, consistent developing arm speed, long arm action. Athletic balance point, uphill shoulders, lands closed, an athletic finish.FB: T81. 80-81 mph. (Max spin 2076;  Avg 2006). Arm side accuracy, running action. CH: 75-76 mph. Arm side command, gradual fading action. SL: 71-72 mph. Glove side command, slurvey action. (Max spin 2077; Avg 2016). 

3/19/21

6-foot-3, 210-pound, strong powerful frame. Put together well, strength throughout. A left-handed pitcher, works from full motion, hands over head, gets loaded on the back leg with some lean back. The arm action is long and clean, working from a 3/4 to higher 3/4 slot. The fastball was clocked at 83 mph, located down in the zone. Throwing a harder hammer piece at 71 mph, tilt and depth to it. Mixed in a usable changeup, showing proper fade and arm side action to it. Like the feel for all three pitches, works quick and attacks. Look for him to be a mid 80's guy by the summer.

3/19/21

6-foot-3, 210-pound,  strong, physical frame, well proportioned, strength throughout. Moves and runs very well for a bigger player, ran a6.96 sixty.  A left-handed hitter, shows monster power to the pull side, had an exit velocity of 101 mph, light tower power. The stance is balanced, wider setup, hands at the shoulders, using a very small pick up and put down with stride foot. The swing works down to level to up, creating backspin to the baseball, serious chance to be a major power guy at the next level. Defensively, the glove is soft around the bag, double play starts are smooth, good flow and timing to them. The arm action is clean, working from a 3/4 slot, clocked at 77 mph. A two-way player, looking forward to seeing him off the bump.

Exit Velocity: 101 mph

Arm Velocity: 77 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 6.96

11/04/20

6-foot-3, 210-pound, strong, wide, larger athletic frame, well proportioned, with strength throughout. A left-handed pitcher, working from the stretch position, delivery is smooth, working with minimal effort. The lift is athletic, a shorter inline stride, clean and quick on the backside, gets on top and works downhill. The frontside, stays inline, arm working from a 3/4 to higher 3/4 slot. The fastball was located to both sides of the plate, getting through the catcher, clocked at 79 mph, progressing nicely, with another jump in there. The changeup has a chance to be a swing and miss pitch at the next level, could be very hard to hit for righties. The breaking ball shows true curveball spin and shape, clocked at 68 mph. Love the feel and tempo, very controlled.

10/14/20

6-foot-3, 210-pound, strong physical frame, put together well, already filling out. A left-handed hitter, worked off the mound as well. At the plate, displayed monster power to pull side, put on a good show during batting practice. The stance is balanced, wider set up, slightly open, hands are loose at the shoulder height. For timing small pick up, inline stride, with backside drive. The swing is super smooth, a natural upper cut, stays behind the baseball, with loads of power to pull side. The exit velocity was clocked at 98 mph, serious potential to hit for power at some point. Moves well for a bigger player, ran a 7.20 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, at first base, moves off the bag well, smooth soft hands, with good actions starting the double play. The arm was clocked at 75 mph across the diamond. The arm works with minimal easy effort. Off the mound, simple repeatable delivery, arm working from a higher slot. Inline direction, frontside shows minimal pull. the fastball reached 77 mph, located down in the zone. The slider, clocked at 65 mph, able to drop it in on back foot. The changeup has natural arm side action, good fade and shaper. Big follow, will be able to help in multiple ways.

Exit Velocity: 98 mph

Arm Velocity: 75 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.20

3/06/19

6-foot-2, 210-pound, larger, wider, athletic frame. Room for added strength and continued conditioning. A left-handed pitcher, who has made a jump with velocity from the last event.  The delivery is under control, has tempo and timing to it. The hands start lower, raise with higher athletic lift. The backside, stays tall, works over the rubber, lower half is inline to the plate. The lead arm as some pull to it, could track longer to home plate. The arm action is long and clean, works with easy effort, arm comes out of a high ¾ slot. The fastball reached 79 mph, located it well to arm side. The changeup is the better of the two secondary pitches, proper fade and down action to it, clocked at 66-67 mph, comes out of the hand looking like a fastball, chance to be an out pitch at the next level. The curveball was clocked at 64-66 mph, slurve break to it. Big bodied left-handed pitcher, look for velocity to continue to climb.

10/07/18

6-foot-1, 195-pound, wider, thick, durable pitchers frame. A two-way player, worked out off the mound and at first base. Off the mound, this left-hander has a smooth, controlled delivery. The hands start and stay in the middle of the frame. The separation is on time, glove side is tracked to the plate, with minimal pull, lower half lands on line. The arm action is longer on the back side works out of a ¾ slot, works clean form the side few. The extension and finish are good out front. The fastball was clocked at 73 mph, located to both sides. The changeup has a chance to be a legit out pitch at some point. Showed to have major feel for it, thrown for a ton on strikes, with proper fade and shape to it, clocked at 65-68 mph. Offensively hits from the left side, balanced setup, feet are even, hands are loose at the shoulders, bat starts tilted position. The swing is level to up, approach is more middle of the field. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 84 mph, could get backside lower half involved more. Defensively, showed soft hands, good flow in starting the double play. The arm was clocked at 66 across the diamond. Projection is off the mound for me, love the changeup.

Home-First: 4.63
Exit Velocity: 84 MPH
Arm Velocity: 66 MPH

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