Joseph Bonvicini
Joseph Bonvicini
Joseph Bonvicini
Joseph Bonvicini




Holy Cross (HS) • CT
6-0 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Edge


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6-foot, 205-pound, wide, strong athletic frame. The back is wide, already filling out, has strength throughout. A right-handed pitcher, arm works out of a higher ¾ slot, works down hill, throws a heavy ball. The leg raise is athletic, lands slightly across his body body by 6-inches, recovers and gets good extension out front. The fastball reached 83 mph, down in the zone, with bore action to it. The arm has more in there, velocity should climb over time. The breaking ball was clocked at 65-67 mph, bigger 1/7 break to it. The spin and shape are correct, showed to have feel for this pitch. The change up, was clocked at 70 mph, down action to it. The arm is fresh, with a ton more in there, will be a good one at some point.

6-foot, 200-pound, strong, wide, physical frame. The back and shoulders are wide, is well proportioned throughout, has a very durable pitchers frame. A right-handed pitcher, who has made significant strides in all aspects of pitching. The frame has changed, has leaned out and is in much better condition. The delivery is repeatable, is on time for the most part and attacks the catcher. The hands start high, work down with rocker step, then move up with higher, powerful leg raise. The leg raise could be tighter to the body, foot gets outside knee, loses some strength on the back side. The separation is in the middle of the body, arm has a longer path, arm gets on top, works downhill and slot is high ¾. The fastball was 80-82 mph, it’s heavy, located down to both sides of the plate, has more in there, could finish it off better, wants to recoil. The breaking ball has made improvements, has depth and tilt to it, clocked at 65 mph, spin is correct, could be thrown harder. The changeup is still a work in progress, clocked at 71-73 mph, shows proper action when he stays behind it and is comfortable with the grip. Times to the plate need to quicker, 1.45. Serious follow, competes, has the desire to pitch at the next level, get out and see him.


6-foot, 210 pound thick, wide frame. The lower half has good strength and the back is wide. A right-handed pitcher, has a simple delivery, the rocker step is to the side, leg raise needs to continue to get higher, at times has a small coil to it. The separation is on time, and direction is inline when he strides out far enough. The arm action is a little longer on the backside and it comes out of a natural ¾ slot, with good action to armside. The fastball was clocked at 77-79 mph, it's heavy and jumps when it gets to the plate. The breaking ball has good tilt, with 1/7 break to it, thrown at 63-67 mph, as he becomes more comfortable with it, velocity should climb. The change up was clocked at 68-71 mph, has proper fade and rotation when he stays behind the ball. Good looking young right-hander, look for the velocity to climb once he gets comfortable with the delivery. Good bloodlines, one brother at Uconn playing football and other has committed there to play baseball.


6-foot, 200-pound, strong, durable athletic frame, lower half and back are thick, wide and strong. A right-handed pitcher, the delivery is smooth with good tempo. The hands start high and drop down with rocker step, work back up on his controlled leg raise, could get it up slightly more. The direction is inline, the arm action is short with crank like action to it. The arm slot is high-¾. Fatball was 76-79 mph, was thrown for good low strikes, it’s heavy and has a chance to be a power sinker. Showed to have good feel for the change up, clocked at 70-71 mph. Offensively, hits from the right side, the stance is even and a little wider than shoulder height, back elbow is extended out. The hands get out and around a little, has some loop to it, finishes with two hands, could drop the elbow and the path would be flatter through the zone. The tee exit velocity was 75 mph. In games swings were good, collected a double, recognized a breaking ball and stayed on it well. Defensively plays first, feet work well and are quick with first step, could start lower. Arm action is short was clocked at 72 mph. Currently a two way, be interesting to see which way he goes. 

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