Logan Umbach
Logan Umbach
Logan Umbach

CLASS OF 2024

C

Logan
Umbach

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional (HS) • MA
5-9 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: MWS Devils

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2/21/22

Logan Umbach: C/3B, (2024) out of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional, MA. is a 5-foot-9, 165-pound catching prospect. During batting practice, Umbach had a max exit velocity of 86 MPH with a (59.4 mph bat speed average) and (22.3 mph hand speed average). He begins in an athletic, open stance with a controlled load. He then used a short stride to initiate a swing that takes a simple, flat path through the hitting zone. During his rounds, Umbach displayed a quick bat and produced a lot of line drives. Behind the plate, Umbach was up to 77 MPH on his throw downs. His initial setup is clean. He’s balanced, the feet are square and the head is up. As he transitions to throwing, he displays a clean transfer, consistent smooth footwork, and sure hands. 


2/15/21

Umbach is a 5-foot-8, 143 pound right-handed hitting catching prospect. He hits out of a wide, slightly open stance with the hands set low and the chest bent over. The load is short and allows him to get into a strong position to hit. The bat works through the hitting zone on a slight uphill path, yielding a max exit velocity of 73 MPH during the batting practice.

Defensively, Umbach was 71 MPH on his throws and showed good actions. The young catcher has athletic feet, receives well and shows a quick arm behind the plate. The stance is balanced, with the glove relaxed in the center of the chest. His ball exchange is quick and allows the arm to work freely. He finishes over the front leg and maintains a good line with his target.

On the mound, Umbach uses a short, simple delivery. He gets to a good balance point, separates well and creates good direction toward home plate. The arm works out of a loose, ¾ slot that produces a fastball that sits 72-74 MPH with late life. The breaking ball was 65-68 MPH and showed good spin.

Exit Velocity- 73 mph
Catching Velocity- 71 mph
1/04/20

 5-foot-5, 119 pound right-handed hitting catcher had a tee exit velocity of 67 mph.  He hits out of a narrow, slightly open stance, with the hands in a good position.  The load is short, as he gets into a good position to hit.  The swing itself, has some lift and produced a lot of hard contact.  The hand speed and ability to drive the ball gap to gap as evident during the BP.

Defensively, he was 64 mph down to second base.  His initial stance is balanced and square.  The glove is relaxed in the center of the chest, giving a nice target for pitchers.  As he transitions to throw, the feet move well to get the hips in line with the target.  The glove to throwing hand exchange is clean and the shoulder stay square. He finishes over the front leg and the arm-swing is clean.

Tee Exit Velocity- 67 mph

Catching Velocity- 64 mph

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