Martin Sosna
Martin Sosna

CLASS OF 2020

OF
RHP

Martin
Sosna

Fenwick (HS) • IL
5-10 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Windy City

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2020 National

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7/25/19

5-foot-10, 185 pounds right-handed pitcher, athletic, chiseled frame with strength. Came out of the pen against Great Lakes Baseball Academy, allowed only two hits, a single and a solo home run with three walks and two punchouts. Made the big pitch with runners on, pitched out of self-induced jams. Sports an athletic delivery with present arm speed out of an over-the-top slot that can deceptively jump on hitters. His heater ranged 82-86 mph, hitting 87 mph twice, with finish through the zone and flashed a sharp biting slider at 72-75 mph.

6/18/19

Positional Profile: OF/RHP Upside prospect with all around athletic actions.
Body: 5-foot-10, 185-pounds. Strong, proportionate body.
Delivery: Athletic delivery, sturdy balance with slight sit on back side, short stride, in-line to home, toe strikes closed, athletic finish with rhythm involved.
Arm Action: RH. Arm plays short and loose, speeds to quick out of a short, high 3/4 window, easy effort. 
FB: T87, 84-86 mph. Run with occasional sink, in the strike zone. 
CB: 73-75 mph. 11/5 shape, aggressive arm speed, shorter wrinkle type, occasional pull to glove side.
CH: 75-79 mph. Aggressive arm speed out front, fading action, feel for the bottom of the zone. 

2/10/19 - 5-foot-10, 185-pound, right-handed hitting/throwing outfielder, strong and athletic build. Fleet footed runner, 6.73 in the 60. Athletic actions in the outfield, fluid feet, clean exchange to release. Arm plays short and loose, clean over the top slot, true ball carried at 87 mph from the outfield. At the plate, balanced setup, smooth load, short stride, maintains control. Path is fluid and uphill, strong hands, power potential, exit velocity topped 89 mph from a tee.

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