Caleb Cormier
Caleb Cormier
Caleb Cormier
Caleb Cormier

CLASS OF 2023

C
RHP

Caleb
Cormier

Saint John's Shrewsbury (HS) • MA
6-0 • 165LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Evolution
2023 National

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2/06/21

Cormier is a 6-foot, 165 pound right-handed hitting infield/catching prospect. He hits out of an event, athletic set up, with the hands set just off the back shoulder. He’s able to load onto the backside and get the hands into the launch position before taking a direct hitting path through contact. His batting practice consisted of a lot of solid contact and a max exit velocity of 78 MPH.

In the infield, Cormier was 79 MPH on his throws. The feet move well, allowing him to get into a fundamental fielding position. The glove is relaxed out in front, with the hands showing well transitioning through the ground ball. He’s able to get the hips and shoulders in line with the target and uses a short, quick arm swing to get the ball across the infield. 

Behind the plate, Cormier was 72 MPH on his throws. The initial set up is square, balanced and relaxed. The glove is centered in the chest, with the head up. As he transitions to throw, the feet, hips and shoulders create a good line with second base. The ball exchange is clean, allowing him to get into a strong throwing position. He finishes over the front leg and works toward his target.

On the mound, Cormier works primarily out of the stretch. He gets to a good balance position over the rubber and is able to have consistent direction toward home plate. The fastball sits 72-73 MPH out of an over-the-top arm angle. He also falls a bit to the first base side, giving the pitch some downward, sinking tilt. The breaking ball is 65-66 MPH with good spin and changes the planes well. He also mixed in a change-up at 62-63 MPH with the same action as the fastball, with good arm-speed.

Exit Velocity- 78 mph
INF Velocity- 79 mph
C Velocity- 72 mph

8/12/20

6-foot, 165-pound switch-hitting catcher and infielder. He ran a 8.03 sixty at the event. The skill set behind the dish is improving, he threw 69 mph with a pop time of 2.13. The feet can continue to improve and he can continue to work on securing the catch. In the infield, he worked out at third and first base. He threw 68 mph across the diamond from third and 66 mph from first base to third. The feet are deliberate and the hands work. The bat has an exit velocity of 76 mph from the left side and 83 mph from the right side. The setup on the left side if wide in base and the front foot steps into the pitch. The right-handed setup is wide in base, small bend in the knees and he steps into the swing. Both paths are long and he displayed a 1-handed finish to the swing. On the mound, the fastball sat 70-72 mph. The breaking ball was 60-62 mph and big in shape. The changeup is still developing. The delivery was online and above 3/4 in height. He threw from the stretch, the lift is repeated and the arm works long on the backside. 

Exit Velocity- R- 83/L-76

Catching Velocity- 69 mph

Pop Time -2.13

INF Velocity 68 mph

2/26/20

5-foot-11, 165-pound right-handed hitting catcher. The bat had a tee exit velocity of 73 mph at the event. The setup is athletic and the bottom half is under control as the swing is produced. The hand direction is solid and he gets the bat head on a flat plane. The frame needs additional physical strength. The skill set behind the dish is developing, he threw 67 mph down to second base with a pop time of 2.3. The feet need to be smoothed out during the transfer. The addition of weight and strength will make a huge difference in his game;

Tee Exit Velocity- 73 mph

Catching Velocity -67 mph

Pop Time -2.3

8/08/19

The 5-foot-10, 165 pound switch hitting catcher had a tee exit velocity of 66mph from the left side and 75 mph from the right. On the right side, the stance is balance and the stroke is quick and direct to the ball. From the left side, the stance is wider and he gets more elevation with the swing. Both swings have a chance to be good as he develops. He also ran an 8.5 sec 60.Behind the plate, the arm was 62 mph down to second and registered a 2.4-2.5 pop time. The transfer from glove to hand is good but the feet drift a little, causing him to fall toward 3B.On the mound, he worked primarily out of the stretch. The fastball was 64-66mph out of a ¾ slot that produced some arm side run. Showed good feel for a breaking pitch that ranged 54-59mph. Also, threw a change-up that is still coming along at 62-64mph. 

Tee Exit Velocity- 75 mph
Catching Velocity- 62 mph
Pop Time - 2.4

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