Alexander Charlonne
Alexander Charlonne
Alexander Charlonne
Alexander Charlonne
Alexander Charlonne




Saint Paul Diocesan (HS) • MA
6-0 • 170LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Evolution baseball


2022 National

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Alexander Charlonne: LHP/OF, (2022) out of Saint Paul Diocesan, MA. is a lanky 6-foot, 170-pound left handed pitching prospect. On the mound, He uses an up-tempo delivery. He gets to a good position at the top, with his shoulders in line. He heads down the mound, closing off his landing foot, causing him to throw across his body. The arm works out of a loose, high ¾ slot, producing a fastball that sits 80-81 MPH (Max spin 1964; Avg 1723) with some late arm side run. Charlonne also mixed in a 11/5 curveball (67-68 MPH)(Max spin 1867; Avg 1649) and a sinking changeup (73-74 MPH).


Charlonne is a 5-foot-10, 150 pound left-hander.  The delivery is fluid, with controlled actions to get to the balance point.  The hands separate along the midline of the chest and the arm-swing is clean.  As he works down the mound, his direction is consistent and the finish is in line.  The fastball was 75-76 mph with late sink. The breaking pitch sat 54-57 mph, with sweeping action.  He also showed the feel for a change-up at 66-70 mph. The arm-speed was consistent and the action was late.

Charlonne continues to impress.  He has added arm-speed since the summer and the secondary stuff continues to improve.  



5-foot-9 ,145-pound left-handed pitcher. The frame is long and lanky, arm works very well. The delivery is online with the feet and the slot is slightly above 3/4. The tracking of the front shoulder comes offline too quickly, causing ball hand to be late. The lift has a minimal amount of forward lean, as his hands carry a bit. Struggled to throw strikes, mostly cause his arm is late. The fastball sat 74-76 mph, arm side action to it. The spin pitch is 62-63 mph, big in shape. The changeup is 70-72 mph, minimal arm side fade to it. 


The 5-foot-9, 145 pound left-hander is a good looking young arm.  The delivery is balanced, the arm is fluid and in line.  The fastball has late movement and sat 75-76 mph.  The breaking ball is a good secondary pitch sitting 61-61 mph and shows depth, the shape needs to be tightened as he matures in age.  The change-up at 71-72 mph is still developing but showed the ability to be a good pitch.I like his arm.There is arm speed and fluidity.  He has a chance to be a solid prospect.


5-foot-9, 135 pound left handed hitting outfielder.  Threw 73 mph from the outfield. The feet were active and athletic.  Transitions well to a fluid arm swing and stays in line with the target. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 70 mph.  The set up begins open and gets back to square with a knee to knee load.  The hands are quiet getting into the ready position.  The path is flat and produced a lot of line drives.  Showed very well at this event.  Has a simple swing and a feel in the outfield. On the mound, the fastball was up to 72 mph with arm side run.  The spin pitch was a good pitch at 57-60 mph.  There was tight spin and on a good plane.  The changeup was 61-63 mph and is a work in progress.  Delivery was simple, with good direction and balanced over the backside.  The arm path was clean and got through each pitch.  The potential is there for this young arm and has a feel at the plate.  I’m looking forward to seeing him progress.

Tee Exit Velocity - 70 mph
OF Velocity - 73 mph


5-foot-8, 125-pound left-handed hitting outfielder and pitcher. On the mound, the fastball touched 69 mph. The spin pitch is 64 mph, big in shape. The changeup is 65 mph, needs a spin adjustment. The delivery is online with the feet, the slot is above ¾. The arm works extremely well, loose and free. The tracking is proper and the glove side is posted. Ran a 7.49 sixty at the event. Threw 72 mph during the outfield portion of the workout. The approach to the ball is solid. The bat has tee exit velocity of 77 mph. The stance is open with the front foot, closes down as the ball approaches. The swing path is clean and simple to the ball. Made solid contact throughout the session.

Tee Exit Velocity- 77 mph
OF Velocity- 72 mph
60 Time- 7.49
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