Eddie Kitta
Eddie Kitta

CLASS OF 2019

SS
RHP

Eddie
Kitta

Merritt Island (HS) • FL
5-11 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Orlando Scorpions

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2019 National

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1/17/19 - Athletic 5-foot-11, 160 pound SS/RHP. Defensively the hands and feet work together in rhythm. The arm action has some length and would need to shorten, but hands work well. Offensively, the swing is simple, short and level through the zone and he consistently found the barrel. On the mound he has a full arm swing and worked from a high 3/4 slot. The fastball worked 81-84 mph and the curveball showed some depth 69-70 mph and featured a straight changeup at 77-78 mph.
05/19/18- 5-foot-11, 160 pounds. Defensively, he worked deliberately, could improve rhythm and fluidity in actions. Could improve transfer and topped out at 83 mph across infield with strong, accurate throws. Offensively, he has made some strides. He has a wide bases and a simple load. While he works over the front foot with some steepness, there is more strength and bat speed, this also showed in the 87 mph exit velocity. On the mound, there is some present arm speed. He could drive more with the lower half, but worked 80-84 mph with a loose quick arm. Also showed a 74-75 mph changeup and a 76-79 mph slider that shows potential. 
01/13/18- A lean, twitchy, athletic, 5-foot-10, 160 pound SS/RHP.  He ran a 6.98 60 yard dash. The twitchiness works well in the infield with a good first step and quality range. The hands work in sync with the feet and out in front of his body. All of the makings of a solid defender. Offensively, he is aggressive through the zone with some bat speed. There is some steepness in the path and could benefit from a load with the hands, but the swing is compact and shows bat to ball skills. On the mound he worked 77-80 mph with the fastball showing a feel for a 73074 mph changeup and a 65-70 mph curveball.
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