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CLASS OF 2015

LHP

Tim
Cate

Connecticut
Cheney Tech (HS) • CT
6-1 • 185LBS • L/L

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2018 National

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2018
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2/28/18 - 6’0/185, Junior. Not the best look as Cate struggled from the onset. An excellent athlete with a long, loose arm action, he also has longer arms than most his height. He was out of sync with a late hand/glove separation and a longer arm swing, causing an inconsistent release point. His curveball was left up in the zone more often than not. Occasionally, it showed his customary Zito-like break, depth and angle, yet it wasn’t anywhere near the plus pitch he showed last summer for the USA Collegiate National Team. His fastball ranged from 88-92 mph, mostly working in the 89-90 range, also down a couple ticks from last summer. It had below average life and command, missing up often and around the edges most of the evening. He competed for five innings, allowing four hits, two runs, three walks while striking out six. Overall, Cate looked nothing like the potential first round pick that he showed this summer, but still remains a likely Day 1 pick. 

3/28/18 -Junior. Listed at 6’1/186, he looks a bit smaller. Has an athletic delivery with a long arm swing and throws from high 3/4 slot. Some length in the back led to an inconsistent release and led to some command struggles with the fastball. The fastball worked 90-93 mph early, with tilt and some cut at times and fell off some in the fifth pitching at 86-88 mph. He relied heavily and pitched off of a plus curveball. True 12/6 action with tight spin and depth. Showed ability to throw the pitch for strikes as well as for swing and miss. The curveball ranged from 77-84 mph and was the strikeout pitch for seven of his eleven strikeouts. He threw five innings, allowing one run on five hits while striking out 11. He did not throw a changeup, but he does has some present feel to pitch and projects as a starting pitcher in professional baseball.

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