Chris Rassias
Chris Rassias
Chris Rassias
Chris Rassias
Chris Rassias

CLASS OF 2019

RHP
OF

Chris
Rassias

Holy Cross
St. John's Prep (HS) • MA
5-11 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Antonelli Baseball

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7.18.18

5-foot-11, 180-pound right-handed pitcher. The fastball touched 83 mph, arm side run and boar to the pitch. The command of the fastball needs to improve. The spin pitch needs more fastball hand speed to it, sitting at 65-67 mph. The shape is correct at times, often to big. The changeup is a developing pitch, should be added in this offseason. The delivery is online with the feet, slightly above ¾ in slot. The glove side is pulled across the body and in the hitters face. The front shoulder stays online as the back side starts to come through. The lift is athletic and repeated, solid tempo to the process. Has a good arm, and I have seen him better. The stuff is there to pitch at the next level, just needs a tweak here and there.

 
 
6.5.2018

5-foot-11, 180-pound right-handed pitcher who has improved immensely. The fastball velocity has taken a significant jump, sat at 84-87 mph with arm side run to it. The spin pitch is slurvy in shape, sat at 71-72 mph. The changeup is 73-75 with minimal fade to the pitch. The delivery is quick in tempo and the slot is slightly above ¾. The tracking of the front shoulder is done very well and he stays in his delivery. The front hip is the lead trigger for his drive to home. Solid prospect on the mound, the arm is extremely quick and the secondary stuff is trending the right way.


 
6.27.2017

5-foot-11, 170-pound right-handed pitcher and outfielder. Chris shows us tremendous versality and athleticsm. Offensively, has a tee exit velocity of 83 mph as the swing has life to it. Starts with an even base, small pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches. The plane has an uphill tilt to it as he tries to lift the ball but the life in his hands is good. Ran a 4.6 down the line on his dig to first. Threw 83 mph from the outfield with carry and accuracy. The approach is proper and he gets off the ball well. On the mound, shows a repeated delivery out of a slightly higher than ¾ arm slot. The arm is quick out front and his direction to the plate is appropriate. Pitching  on short rest, so he sat around 81 mph, but have seen him in the mid 80’s prior to. The slider has a chance to be an out pitch at 72 mph. The changeup is a work in progress at 75 mph. I like him on the mound.
Tee Exit Velocity- 83
OF Velocity- 83

3/18/2017
 

5-foot-11, 170-pound right-handed pitcher and outfielder. Showed well on the  mound again, all 3 pitches are above average for his age. The fastball showed good life, sitting in the low 80’s. The command of the fastball shows well in the bullpen session. The spin pitch is correct in the shape and should be an out pitch at the next level, sits at 69-71 mph. The change up spin is correct and the pitch shows fade away from a left-handed hitter. The pitch sat at 67 mph. Only swung the bat at the event. Tee exit velocity of 83 mph. The hands are loose and the swing has good life to it. Sets up wide with his feet and relaxes the hands. The path is strong and quick to the ball. Steps into the swing with the front foot. Solid looking arm to follow.
Tee Exit Velo- 83 mph  
 
3/8/2017

 

6-foot, 165-pound right-hander out of the Noreasters program.  Athletic lift and coil at the top of the lift. The arm has a good amount of hyperextension to it, shows the ball behind his back during the back side arm swing. The direction to the plate and the tracking of the front shoulder is done very well. Fastball touched 83 mph with arm side run. The spin pitch is a slider, sat at 70 mph. The pitch needs more fastball hand speed to it. The changeup has fade action, sat at 76 mph. Interesting follow on the mound, as he has an extremely quick arm .

 
9/25/16
Good looking right-handed arm. Pitches out of a slightly lower than ¾ arm slot. Small frame with big legs, as he has a drop and drive approach to the delivery. The arm is extremely quick and the ball has good action to it. Fastball touched 81 mph with good boar on right-handed hitters. The spin pitch is 67 mph with the correct shape to it at this point. The changeup is a work in progress, sitting 72 -75 mph. Big time follow for me, as he competed, threw strikes and the stuff is certainly going to be plus.  
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