Nathan Acabchuk
Nathan Acabchuk
Nathan Acabchuk
Nathan Acabchuk
Nathan Acabchuk
Nathan Acabchuk

CLASS OF 2023

RHP
1B

Nathan
Acabchuk

Windsor (HS) • CT
6-2 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Capitals

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2/19/22

6-foot-2, 185-pound right-handed pitching prospect. On the mound, Acabchuck used a long, high ¾ arm slot to produce a late, running fastball that sits 81-83 MPH(Max spin 2051; Avg 1800). The arm speed is quick, his tempo is good as he uses simple movements to get to a good position at the top. He gets to a consistent balance point, in line with home plate as he heads down the mound. He lands square with an athletic finish. Acabchuk also featured a sharp 12/6 curveball (68-69 MPH) (Max spin 1815; Avg 1715) and a changeup (72-73 MPH) with late fading action. 


8/11/21

Nathan Acabchuk: RHP/1B, (2023) out of Windsor, CT. is a 6-foot-2, 170-pound right handed pitching prospect. On the mound, Acabchuk throws from a ¾ angle, giving his fastball (78-81 MPH) (Max spin 1873; Avg 1649).late arm side run.. His easy delivery gets to a good position at the top. The shoulders are in line with the plate and he finishes over the front leg. Acabchuk also featured a 12/6 curveball (60-64 MPH) and a sinking changeup (64-67 MPH). 


6/29/21

Player Spotlight 

Nathan Acabchuk: RHP/1B, (2023) Windsor, CT. 6-foot-2, 180-pound. Above average on the mound, showing above average arm speed as he had a loose arm action with a ¾ arm angle. Tall-and-fall type pitcher who shows easy effort. In his delivery ,his balance point is tall with in line shoulders. Lands closed with an athletic finish. Curveball (63-65 mph), changeup (67-68 mph). Sat with his fastball at 76-81 mph; showed sinking action and consistent command with sharp movement. (Max spin 1798; Avg 1486). 

Scout Evaluation 

Nathan Acabchuk, Windsor, 2023, CT

Position: RHP/1B

Body: 6-foot-2, 180-pound.

Pitching:  Above average. tall-and-fall delivery, easy effort. ¾ arm angle, above average arm speed, loose arm action. Athletic balance point, in line shoulders, lands closed, an athletic finish.

FB: T81. 76-81 mph. (Max spin 1798;  Avg 1486). Consistent accuracy, sinking action, sharp movement. 

CB: 63-65 mph. (Max spin 1946; Avg 1766). 

CH: 67-68 mph. 


 

3/17/21

6-foot-2, 180-pound, longer, lean athletic frame, shoulders squared off, long limbs, with room for added gains. A right-handed pitcher, inline direction with lower half, lift is clean and athletic, minimal coil to it, loaded up on backside, strong back leg. The arm action is short and clean, works from a 3/4 to high 3./4 slot. The fastball reached 83 mph, with arm side action and life to it. The breaking ball shows above average spin rate, up over 2200, clocked at 65 mph. The changeup showed arm side feel to it. A projectable arm, continued refinement of the delivery. Should blossom with game experience this year.

11/04/20

6-foot-2, 160-pounds, longer, lean super athletic frame. The shoulders are round, wiry present strength, with plenty of room for added weight gains. A right-handed pitcher, more of a hybrid start, hands held higher, easy athletic leg raise, inline direction of stride foot. Small collapse on backside, could stay taller a tick longer. The arm action is loose, whippy, works with minimal effort out of a natural 3/4 slot. The arm path is hidden behind frame, making it hard to pick up out of hand. The fastball was clocked at 80 mph, with a spin rate at 2300, baseball comes out well, with arm side action. The breaker was thrown at 66 mph, bigger top to bottom break, with spin rate up over 2000. Showing feel for a changeup, will develop this pitch over time. Good looking young arm, threw the baseball well at this event.

7/16/20

6-foot-2, 160-right-handed pitcher. This guy is a good looking arm as he repeats and the arm has quickness to it. The fastball sat 78-79 mph with minimal effort and a good amount of arm side action to it. The spin pitch is 70-71 mph and solid in shape. The changeup is 72-73 mph with good action to it but still developing. The delivery is online with the feet and the slot is slightly above 3/4 in height. The tracking of the top half is good and he stays in his delivery. The lift is repeated and the tempo is solid in action. The hand speed is kept on all his pitches and he shows a feel for all 3. The effort is sound and under control, his best days are in front of him. 

2/22/20

6-foot-1, 155-pound, longer, thin athletic frame. Rounded shoulder,s has plenty of room for added strength and weight gains. A right-handed pitcher, working out of the windup, hands have timing and tempo with leg lift, gets to a good gather, staying over the backside and rubber, with some tilt. The separation is on time, direction is inline, getting out front on release. The arm action is super clean, with some whip to it. The fastball was clocked at 74-77 mph, with a good amount of arm side run to it. The changeup is the top secondary pitch, clocked at 69-70 mph, showing proper shape and fade to it, chance to be a swing and miss offering. The breaking ball was clocked at 61-63 mph, having slurve break to it, could be thrown with more fastball hand speed. Love the feel for throwing strikes, arm is clean, look for a velocity in jump as he physically matures. 

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