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5-foot-8, 162-pound. Above average at the plate, Carrara clocked an exit velocity of 87 mph. Begins in a wide stance with a smooth load, then uses a controlled stride. Bat speed is explosive,shows a short swing plane and high finish. He barreled up multiple balls with a lot of loud contact. Up the middle approach, creates backspin to the baseball, driving it from gap to gap. While catching, he recorded a position velocity of 67 mph during throw downs; had a quick exchange, athletic footwork, and twitchy hands. Produced pop times of 2.03-2.22. Tons of flexibility and athletic setup, moves well behind the plate. Consistent accuracy to the bag, used a short arm action with a high ¾ slot. Recorded a 60 time of 7.31 at the event, runs and moves well for a catcher.
Exit Velocity: 87 mph
Arm Velocity: 67 mph
Home to 1st: 7.31
5-foot-8, 150-pound, smaller athletic frame, sloped shoulders, shows to have wiry strength to him. A right-handed hitting catcher, hands receiving and blocking skills are advanced. The setup is low and athletic, wider feet, clean secondary, hands move first, blocked extremely well in bullpen sessions. The arm action is whippy, needs to add strength clocked at 67 mph. The pop time was recorded at 2.12-2.15, all throws were on the bag. Showed clean actions at shortstop, feet move throughout. The arm was clocked at 67 mph. At the plate, has a wider stance with relaxed hands. The swing is short and compact to contact, showed pop to pull side, with hard contact in batting practice. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 78 mph, more in there as he physically matures. Runs well for a catcher, 4.28 down the line from home to first. Interesting follow, like the feel for catching.
Tee Exit Velocity: 78 mph
Home to 1st: 4.28
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