Jack Bruno
Jack Bruno

CLASS OF 2022

LHP
1B

Jack
Bruno

Nipmuc Regional (HS) • MA
6-0 • 180LBS • L/L
Travel Team: MWS Devils

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2022 National

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2/15/21

Bruno is a 5-foot-11, 175 pound left-handed hitting corner infield prospect. He hits out of a narrow stance, with the hands set just off the back shoulder. The swing begins with a knee slide to stack the weight over the back leg and pushes the hands into a good launch position. The bat-head works through the hitting zone on an uphill plane and produces a max exit velocity of 91 MPH during the batting practice. He finishes through contact and remains balanced.

Defensively, Bruno was 79 MPH on his throws from the infield. The feet are good and allow him to get into a good fielding position. The glove is relaxed out in front and transitions well through the ground ball into the throwing position. The shoulders and hips create a good line with his target and allow his arm to work. He uses a higher arm-slot to work the ball across the infield and finishes through the play nicely.

On the mound, Bruno uses a simple, controlled step back to get the weight over the back leg.  He’s able to gather well at the top of his delivery and creates good direction down the mound.  The arm slot is high, over-the-top, that produces some sink with a fastball that sits 76-78 MPH.  The breaking ball is a nice pitch. It shows good spin at 64-66 MPH and has good action on a change-up at 64-66 mph. Bruno also mixed in a knuckleball that has good action.

Exit Velocity 91 mph
INF Velocity- 79 mph
1/04/20

The 5-foot-11, 175 pound left-hander uses a simple, controlled step back to get the weight over the back leg.  He does a nice job of repeating his direction down the mound.  The arm slot is a high over the top swing, that produced some sink with his fastball that sat 74-76 mph.  He showed good feel for a spin pitch at 55-56 mph and got good action on a change-up at 62-63 mph.

Overall, I liked the simplicity of his delivery and his ability to make every pitch move. He’s a guy to keep an eye on for sure.



12/08/18

5-foot-10, 150-pound left-handed pitcher.  Solid arm and delivery shown at the workout.  A very young arm with good potential. The fastball touched 72 mph, arm side run to the pitch. The spin pitch has the appropriate shape to it, sitting at 66 mph. The changeup is correct in spin, needs additional fade to it as he progresses in years. The delivery is online with the feet, slot is above ¾ in height. The head has a small amount of tilt to it. The tracking of the front shoulder is done well at his age, and the arm swing is free and clean. The lift is repeated as is the posture throughout the process.

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