Robert Tito Diaz
Robert Tito Diaz

CLASS OF 2020

C
1B

Robert Tito
Diaz

Arkansas-Little Rock
TNXL (HS) • FL
6-1 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: TNXL ACADEMY

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2020 National

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9/20/19

Strong and athletic frame at 6 foot 1, 205 pounds. Moves well laterally behind the plate and blocks well and receives with strong hands.  Has quick feet and smooth transfer on throws to 2nd base with pop times 2.0-2.1 Has a balanced setup at the plate with a toe tap to create rhythm in the swing with level bat path and hits gap to gap with some pull side power.

8/22/18

Standing at 6-foot-1, 185 pounds, he has a lean, athletic and projectable frame. Defensively, he has above average all around actions. He is athletic and flexible, shows feel to receive with strong wrists and shoulders and soft hands. Moves and blocks well, clean transfer and pop times from 2.01-2.08. Offensively, he feature a a simple swing, which is compact and level through the zone. There is present bat speed and strength with more to come. Would expect to be above average defender with solid hit tool and average power.  

1/04/18

Tito is a catcher with a big athletic and physical frame. Behind the dish he showed pop times 2.03-2.10 with an above average arm and accurate throws. He threw out multiple runners throughout the game. At the plate he has the makings to be an above average hitter. During batting practice he consistently barreled everything with a line drive approach. The bat is whippy and stays in the zone for a long time, he also turned on a 82 mph fastball for a hard hit RBI single.

8/18/17

The stocky 6-foot,1 65 pound pound catcher has a quality pre-pitch rhythm. He shows the ability to get separation and get on time. He has a strong, balanced lower half and when he hits off of a strong front side he shows power potential. The hands work well and shows loose wrists with bat speed out in front of the plate. Defensively there is some stiffness, but the hands work well. He has a clean transfer to release and can improve the 2.08 pop time with quicker footwork.

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