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Mississippi State
McEachern (HS) • GA
6' 2" • 190LBS


2016 National

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Everything Speas does is quick and easy. He has a loose arm that generates a mid-90s fastball and a nasty slider that disappears, sitting in the 83-86 range. The knock on Speas is his command as he tends to be erratic. He struck out one and walked two in his one-inning stint in Chicago, but escaped with a 1-6-3 double play. At the Met Classic, he started strong, but saw things unravel some after his second inning. He allowed two runs on a hit, two walks and hit batter in three innings while striking out five. He is committed to Mississippi State.
8/22/15 - Long, projectable frame at 6-foot-4, 200 pounds. Everything he does is quick, loose and easy. In the first inning, his fastball ranged from 93-96, but was mostly 95-96. He was the same in the second and touched 97. In the third, he was 93-95. He also had an 83-86 slider that disappeared with nasty break. Speas tends to get erratic and Saturday was no different. He has electric stuff, but just needs to harness it. He allowed two runs on just one hit in three innings of work, but walked two and hit one. He struck out five.
8/15/15 - Sat 93-95 with his fastball, but was wild. He walked two batters and struck out one before escaping with a 1-6-3 double play.
6/27/16 - Had a better outing Saturday, allowing just one walk in two innings while striking out three. He seemed to throw more strikes in his second appearance. Overall, he is raw, but there’s a lot to work with and he has tremendous upside with his low-90s fastball and projection.
6/24/15 - Catches your eye as he strides out to the mound with his projectable 6-foot-4, 180-pound frame. Pitching for Pride, his delivery is loose and easy and he sat 93-95 mph in his first inning of work, settling in at 92-94 in the second. He showed a hard slider or cutter with lateral break in the high 80s and a curveball in the high 70s that was slurvy with more depth. He tended to get around that pitch. His fastball had good, riding life. Speas had scattered command and surrendered three runs on two hits and a walk in two innings.

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