Kyle Strepek




Plainfield North (HS) • IL
5-11 • 170LBS • R/L


2015 National

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7.24.18 - Committed to Concordia-Chicago out of Palomar JC.
3rd Team All State: Strepek went 9-0 this spring with a 1.58 ERA, allowing only 49 hits in 70.2 innings pitched. He struck out 94 and walked only 29, posting a 1.16 WHIP. Over the past two seasons, Strepek went 18-1 overall. The talented southpaw also hit .361 at the plate, with seven doubles, one triple, 21 runs scored, and 27 RBI. Strepek led the Tigers to their first even sectional championship, before falling in extra innings to eventual Class 4A runner-up Mount Carmel. He’ll attend the University of Illinois Springfield.

5/5/15 - Illinois-Springfield commit. Good tempo on the mound, controlled pace of play well, competes. Delivery is uptempo and athletic, occasionally falls to third base side, missing arm side. Fastball sat 81-84 through the sixth, good arm side run, occasionally sneaky quick and got by hitters. Curveball has sweeping action, slurve type breaking ball, 66-67 mph, showed the ability to throw for strikes and expand the zone. Flashed change up at 69 mph. Good three pitch mix. 8IP, 6K, 1BB, 4H, 0R.
4/9/14 - Worked 77-80, topping at 81, out of the windup.  Fastball dropped to 73-75 out of the stretch, where he utilizes a quick glide step.  Strepek employs an up tempo delivery, creating a lot of momentum, especially out of the windup.  Tended to repeat delivery better out of the windup as well.  ¾ arm action with some length in back, but arm action is generally pretty clean.  Bouts of wildness as arm fails to catch up with body.  Struggled out of the stretch to consistently throw strikes, and failed to load with lower half, so velocity and command suffered.  Curveball ranged anywhere from 56-62, with large sweeping action.  58-62 mph changeup acted like an “eephus” pitch, with body speeding up and arm slowing down considerably.  His slow off-speed stuff made fastball play up.  A majority of strikeouts came on the fastball.  Added strength in lower half, and a focus on blending his windup mechanics into his stretch delivery could make up for discrepancies between his two deliveries.
1/20/13 - 5-foot-10, 162-pound left handed pitcher. Delivery is up tempo, arm works long out of ¾ arm slot, shoulders stay closed, tends to work across his body, hard landing. Fastball sits 81-82 mph, erratic location, some late life. Curveball thrown with arm speed, flashes sweeping action, gradual break. Changeup sits 62-64 mph, decelerated arm action, lacks control.
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