Kyle Garbowski
Kyle Garbowski
Kyle Garbowski
Kyle Garbowski
Kyle Garbowski




New Fairfield (HS) • CT
6-2 • 175LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Connecticut Rangers


2023 National

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Kyle Garbowski: SS/RHP, (2023) out of New Fairfield, CT. is a 6-foot-2, 170-pound two-way prospect. He started in an open, wide stance with relaxed hands. He stacks the weight over the back leg, then uses a small  toe tap to trigger a swing that takes an uphill path through the hitting zone, while utilizing a gap to gap approach. In the infield, Garbowski was up to 81 MPH across the diamond, while also showing athletic smooth feet, soft hands, and a clean exchange. In the 60-yard dash, his time was 7.07. On the mound, the arm worked out of a loose, high ¾ arm slot. The delivery is easy effort, balanced and in line. The fastball sits 78-81 MPH (Max spin 2032; Avg 1748) with late arm side run. Garbowski also flashed a 12/6 curveball (70-71 MPH) (Max spin 2138; Avg 2104).



6-foot-2, 170-pound long lean frame, a projectable athletic frame. Above average at the plate, Garbowski recorded an exit velocity of 86 mph. Starts in an open athletic stance with a smooth controlled load, then uses a small leg kick. Had an upward simple swing plane, above average bat speed and high finish. He barreled up multiple balls with loud contact. Gap to gap approach.Projectable in the infield, displayed a velocity of 79 mph; had quick fluid footwork, soft hands, and a twitchy exchange. Laterally,movements were athletic and fielded the ball out front. Consistent accuracy to the bag, used a short arm action with a high ¾ slot.Clocked a 60 time of 7.15 at the event. Above average on the mound, showed quick arm speed, he had a short arm action and a ¾ arm angle. Tall-and-fall type pitcher who uses easy effort. Even shoulders with an strong balance point. Lands square with an athletic finish.Sat with his fastball at 78-81 mph; had sinking action and arm side control with heavy movement. His changeup 70-71 mph had fading action and consistent command. His 1/7 slider 67-69 mph; showed swing and miss action and low in the zone control.

Exit Velocity: 86 mph

Arm Velocity: 79 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.15


6-foot-1, 155-pound left-handed hitting shortstop and pitcher. He ran a 7.55 sixty at the event. The approach in the infield is solid and he showed free hands to the catch. The feet remained moving throughout the fielding process as he threw 76 mph across the diamond. The bat has an exit velocity of 81 mph as the frame needs additional strength added to it. The setup is even, front foot open to start. The front foot closes down and strides into the swing. The path is flat and long through contact, displaying a 1-handed finish. On the mound, the fastball sat 77-78 mph. The spin pitch was 65-66 mph and can be thrown with more fastball hand speed. The changeup was 70-72 mph and still developing. The delivery is online with the plate and the slot is slightly above 3/4. The lift is repeated, minimal glove pull so he stays online. The arm works free and clean. 

Exit Velocity- 81 mph

INF Velocity- 76 mph


6-foot, 150-pound, longer, lean athletic frame. Sloped shoulders, longer neck with plenty of room for added weight. A two player, showed extremely well off the mound. The delivery is smooth, higher hand set, building momentum down the mound, landing inline, with minimal pull to front side. The action is loose, whippy, working from a 3/4 to lower slot. The fastball was clocked at 75 mph, with a ton more in there. The changeup is a plus pitch at this stage, fade and arm side action to it, clocked at 69-70 mph. Throws a small slider, clocked at 64-65 mph. At the plate, swings it from the left-side, slightly open, lower, loose hand set. For timing uses a small controlled toe tap. The swing works with easy effort, level to up path, finishing with one hand. The approach is more middle to opposite, shows the ability to go backside. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 75 mph and ran a 7.84 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, threw 73 mph across the diamond, fields out front, keep feet moving. The feet could be set slightly wider on the catch.  Good looking prospect, love him off the mound, will jump at some point.

Tee Exit Velocity: 75 mph

Arm Velocity: 73 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.84

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