Mason Glickman
Mason Glickman
Mason Glickman




Windsor (HS) • CT
5-10 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Capitals 18U


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5-foot-10, 170-pound ;athletic, solid, put together well,  Projectable on the mound, showed above average arm speed, he had a high ¾ arm angle and a long arm action. Tall-and-fall type pitcher and shows some effort, strong on the back half. He has downhill shoulders with a strong balance point. Lands square with an athletic finish. Threw his fastball 86-87 mph; shows hard action and control low in the zone with heavy movement. His 2/8 slider 74-75 mph had glove side command and sweeping action. A serious chance to be a power arm out of a bullpen, two-pitch mixer. The fastball is heavy, with lat action.


5-foot-10, 165-pound athletic frame. Above average during batting practice, the right-handed hitter had an exit velocity of 89 mph.Began in a crouched stance with a controlled load, then used a long stride. Had explosive bat speed, short swing plane and high finish. Was able to create loud contact and found lots of barrels. Up the middle approach. Above average while in the infield, made throws up to 84 mph; shows rhythmic feet, soft hands, and a twitchy exchange. Fields the ball out front,movements laterally were athletic. Used a ¾ slot with a short arm action while showing consistent accuracy to the bag. Above average on the mound, showed quick arm speed, also used a high ¾ arm angle and a long arm action. Tall-and-fall type pitcher and uses max effort. Showed strong balance point and even shoulders. Lands closed with an athletic finish. Sat with his fastball at 85-87 mph; throws a heavy fastball with running action and arm side control. Had control low in the zone and fading action on his changeup 75-76 mph. Throws a 2/8 slider 73-76 mph; that has glove side control and swing and miss action.

Exit Velocity: 89 mph

Arm Velocity: 84 mph

Home to 1st:  4.03


5-foot-9, 160-pound, average athletic frame, showing wiry strength throughout, room for added weight gains. A right-handed hitting two-way player. At the plate, wider even setup, sits in a small squat, hands are at the shoulders with more of a vertical setup. Gaining ground with stride, hands have separation. The swing is level through the zone hands are inside the baseball, creating a solid line drive approach. Spraying the baseball to all field, took an impressive round of batting practice, had an exit velocity of 80 mph and ran a 7.50 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, threw 74 mph, showed good smooth actions at third base, moving well to glove side. The transfer is quick, feet and hands work well together. Off the mound, simple, athletic lift, working from set position, builds momentum down the mound. The arm action is clean from a 3/4 slot. The fastball reached 82 mph, natural arm side bore action. Lived in the bottom part of the zone, creating a good amount of ground balls. Mixed in a harder breaking ball at 72 mph, more of a slurve, has depth and tilt to it. Look for velocity to jump, could be a weapon out of the bullpen, quick arm.

Exit Velocity: 80 mph

Arm Velocity: 74 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.50


5-foot-9,160-pound, average athletic frame, sloped shoulders, having wiry strength to him. A right-handed hitting two-way player. At the plate, an even wider stance, hands are quiet at the shoulders, set slightly further away from the frame, bat in a tilted position. The lower half is under control, simple longer stride, hands having separation. The swing is level through the zone, approach is more line drive from gap to gap. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 77 mph and ran a 4.40 from home to 1st. Defensively, shows a strong arm across the diamond, clocked at 80 mph. The feet are active, move with minimal effort, glove is soft out front, starts and turns were performed correct, moving well to glove side. Off the mound, working from the set position,  arm works from a 3/4 slot, longer path on the backside. The fastball touched 80 mph. The breaking ball had tighter spin, with correct shape, clocked at 62 mph, with the slider thrown with a bit more velocity at 63 mph. The front side glove could track longer to the plate, helping to get out front a tick more. Like the arm strength across the diamond.

Tee Exit Velocity: 77 mph

Arm Velocity: 80 mph 

Home to 1st: 4.40

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