Sean Letarte
Sean Letarte
Sean Letarte
Sean Letarte




St. John's Prep (HS) • MA
6-1 • 215LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Legends Prospects


2019 National

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6-foot-1 220-pound physical right-handed pitcher. Showed the ability to pitch at the event. I have seen his stuff better but he handled his innings like a man. The fastball sat 81-83 mph with a ton of run to it, mostly 2-seamers. The spin pitch has depth and shape to it, sat 70-72. The spin pitch was 75 mph and nasty in the winter. The changeup is in play, spins and fades correctly. Pitches out of a plus 3/4 slot, good direction with his feet. The delivery is under control and he stays with his arm at all times. The tracking of his front shoulder to foot strike can continue to improve as he matures. Should be a good one next spring. 


Physical right-handed arm at 6-foot-1, 220-pounds out of the Academy summer program. Tremendous improvement since the fall, although last time we saw him, he was in two-a-days for football. The fastball touched 84 mph and has heavy action/sink to it. The breaking ball is hard and nasty, sitting at 75 mph. The rotation of the spin is 11/7. The changeup is a work in progress as it’s a tick hard at 78 mph, probably a minor grip tweak. Delivers the ball at a higher than ¾ slot. Shows good direction with his feet and a clean arm path. The front shoulder needs to be tracked longer to gain extension( velo). Good looking prospect, upper 80’s with a hammer by summers end.

Right-handed pitcher who took a break from football to come throw at the event. The delivery is online and simple. Does have a slight glove pull as he strides but the ability to repeat his delivery is there. The lift is athletic and the arm works, coming at you out of a slightly higher than ¾ slot. The fastball has arm-side run to it, sitting 77-78 mph. The spin pitch has the makings of being a real good one, 67-68 mph. The changeup is a work in progress, sitting 71-73 mph. Competes and wants the ball. Good follow as the extension is good, he shows all three and his best days are in front of him. 
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