Anthony Mancini
Anthony Mancini
Anthony Mancini
Anthony Mancini

CLASS OF 2020

1B
LHP

Anthony
Mancini

Villanova
Loomis Chaffee (HS) • CT
6-0 • 230LBS • L/L
Travel Team: CT Crush

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7/24/19

6-foot, 230-pound, thick, solid, strong athletic frame. A left-handed hitter, spread out stance, loose hands are the shoulders. The swing is level through the zone, finishing smooth with a one-handed high finish. The approach is more middle to pull has enough pop to beat the pull side, tee exit velocity was clocked at 90 mph. Took a solid round of batting practice, along with quality at bats in game play. Defensively, threw 70 mph across the diamond from a natural 3/4 slot, shorter arm action. The glove is soft, clean picks on throws, feet move with easy effort starting the double play. Shows the ability to defend, potential to hit with power at the next level. 

Tee Exit Velocity: 90 mph'
Arm Velocity: 70 mph
Home to 1st: 4.92

7/17/19

6-foot, 230-pound, strong thick athletic frame. The hands and wrists have good strength to them. A left-handed hitting first baseman, stance is balanced throughout, hands are loose, with life through the zone with whip to the barrel. The swing path is level through the zone, driving the baseball from the middle to pull side. the tee exit velocity was clocked at 84 mph and took a solid round of batting practice. Defensively, soft hands with flow to the feet, gaining ground on double play starts. The hands are clean on the picks.  The arm works out of short 3/4 slot, clocked at 66 mph. Off the mound, works from the left side, compact tight delivery, arm works out of a 3/4 slot, fastball clocked at 68 mph, with a breaking ball at 59 mph, gets on the side of it at times. Projects for me at first base, progressing nicely.

Tee Exit Velocity: 84 mph
Arm Velocity: 66 mph
Home to 1st: 5.23

2/25/18

 

6-foot, 230-pound, thick, wide strong athletic frame. The hands and legs have strength to them. A left-handed hitting first baseman, at the plate feet are even, wider than shoulder width, hands start low, with movement to get them back into a launch position. The swing is level to up, hands stay inside the baseball well, could stay through it a tick longer. The approach is more middle, gap to gap. Shows to have natural power to the pull side, good hard contact when on time. The lower half is under control, could use more backside drive. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 80 mph and ran 4.96 30 yard-dash. Defensively, shows good prep steps, with an easy one step shuffle, works low to the ground, hands are out front on the catch, could soften slightly. The arm works out of a slightly slower slot, clocked at 65 mph, showed good touch on all throws, regimented long toss program will help in velocity jump. Continued overall conditioning is a must with refining the mechanics on both sides of his game.

30 Yard-Dash: 4.96
Tee Exit Velocity: 80 MPH
Arm Velocity: 65 MPH

7/26/17

6-foot, 230-pound, strong, thick physical frame. A left-handed hitting first baseman, the top tool is his bat. The stance is even, wider than shoulder width, starts balanced, hands are set at shoulder height, are loose. The swing is level to up, finishes with two hands, hands get extended early, could be more direct to the baseball. The lower half is under control, backside, drives to the front. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 75 mph, hands have strength to them, took a solid round of batting practice. Defensively, hands are soft, work well with feet, gets off the bag, gains ground on throws to second base. The arm action is short and clean on the back side, arm was clocked at 63 mph. The front foot could stride out more, will help on getting hand out front and will be on time better with longer throws.

Home-First: 5.34
Exit Velocity: 75 MPH
Arm Velocity: 63 MPH

6/20/17

5-foot-11, 230-pound, thick, strong frame. The wrists and hands have strength to them. A left-left first baseman, at the plate the stance has more weight starting on the back side, the hands are set at shoulder height, with the bat having some tilt to it. The feet are in line, for timing uses a small leg kick, picks foot up and places it back down in the starting spot. The hands cast early and get out and around the baseball at times. The swing has downward action to it and finishes at shoulder height with a two handed finish. The backside lower half needs to be engaged more, will help get the barrel out front and on time more. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 83 mph, showed to have some pop to the pull gap. Times down the line were recorded at 5.26. Defensively, showed soft hands, kept his feet moving well in starting the double play, got off the back quickly. The arm was clocked at 63 mph, works out of a lower ¾ slot. Continued conditioning and repetitions will aid in his progress.

Home - First: 5.26
Exit Velocity: 83 mph
Arm Velocity: 63 mph


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