Carlos Rivera
Carlos Rivera
Carlos Rivera




Mount Mercy University
Pleasant Valley (HS) • IA
6-1 • 230LBS • L/L


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6-foot-1, 230-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. 4.90 home-to-first time. Large frame with well above avg. strength, controlled load, clean path, stays relatively short to contact, above avg. pop in bat, shows ability to use whole field, 90 mph exit velocity. Active in field, has soft hands, above avg. arm for position, shows short range quickness, confident receiver around bag with ability to pick balls at first, 78 mph arm across infield. On mound; controlled to balance point, good sequence and rhythm in delivery, compact arm action, hides ball from hitter, and fastball plays up some. Fastball was 79-82 mph for strikes, solid extension out front, with varying action to plate. Cutter/slider has tighter spin with inconsistent shape. Solid arm speed on changeup; works bottom of zone well with flashes of above avg. run and sink.

NYC Pro Holiday Showcase (December 26, 2016)

6-foot, 240-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. 8.63 runner. Hitchy load, late launch position, quick hands, hard line drive contact with top spin, 88 mph exit velocity. Late glove presentation, fields underneath body, avg. accuracy, works to play through ball, 72 mph arm strength. Varying delivery, mostly high leg kick into balance point, collapses down mound losing leverage on fastball, short arm action, flat action on fastball, tends to leave breaking ball arm side with early break and 1/7 shape. Fastball was 72-75 mph and curveball was 64-65 mph.

3/6/16- 6-foot, 250-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. 5.13 home-to-first time. Double tap trigger. Middle-away approach. Avg. pop in bat. Finds barrel. Long swing to contact. 76 mph exit velocity. Tends to field flat-footed. Solid arm across diamond. Ok footwork around bag receiving throws. 72 mph arm strength. Some rhythm in delivery. High leg kick in balance point. Very short arm action. Fastball was 71-73 mph. Curveball had 1/7 shape with inconsistent break. Changeup was 62-65 mph.

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