CJ Moriarty
CJ Moriarty
CJ Moriarty




Elms College
East Catholic (HS) • CT
6-1 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Rivals


2020 National

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6-foot-1, 185-pound, longer, lengthy athletic frame, with plenty of room to put on mass down the road. A right-handed hitter, taller, upright stance, feet are even at shoulder width, toe to toe. The stride is simple and straight, gains ground, transfers weight from back side to front side. The hands are held higher, loose and relaxed. The swing path is level to up, stays through it, keeps hands inside the  shooting it to all fields. The tee exit velocity was is advanced with pop and bat speed, clocked at 89 mph. The swing has progressed nicely over the last year, approach is advanced. Defensively, threw 86 mph from the outfield from a higher over the top slot, throwing down hill. Looked to be able to track the baseball with solid routes. Off of first, feet are quick, soft glove with picks. The arm was clocked at 78 mph across the diamond. Brings value, being able to play multiple positions, should be abel to hit at the college, has turned himself into a solid ball player.  

Tee Exit Velocity: 89 mph
Arm Velocity: 86 mph OF, 78 mph
INFHome to First: 4.79


6-foot-1, 175-pound right-handed hitting outfielder.  Ran a 7.32 sixty on the laser at the event.. Threw 82 mph from the outfield, the arm works well and he moves athletically. The foot speed should improve as he matures. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 83 mph. The setup is even in base, pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches. The path is in and out of the strike zone, needs to be flattened through the hitting zone to improve coverage and contact. Good skill set, follow.

Tee Exit Velocity- 83 mph
OF Velocity 82 mph


6-foot-1, 170-pound, wide back and shoulders, limbs are longer, larger athletic frame. A right-handed pitcher, pitches from the first base side of the rubber. The hands start high, move slightly upward with his high under control leg raise. The separation is on time in the middle part of the frame,direction of lead foot lands six inches across his body. The arm action has down to an up path, its shorter on the back side and works out of a high slot. The delivery is under control, starts low and builds momentum to the  release of the baseball. The fastball reached 76 mph, had sink and action with the 2-seamer. The 4-seamer tends to flatten out, correction of lead leg direction, will help get the baseball through the catcher and help drill the outer half. The breaking ball was clocked at 61-65 mph, shape and break were accurate and worked from the top to the bottom. The change up is still a work progress, clocked at 68 mph, lead leg direction will help. Times to the plate were at 1.62-1.75, will have to shorten the leg kick. The tempo of the delivery could increase, will help arm speed, create more depth and life to all pitches. The frame is long, fastball has sink, with projection, continued refining the pitching mechanics is a must.

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