Ty Letichevsky
Ty Letichevsky
Ty Letichevsky
Ty Letichevsky

CLASS OF 2024

RHP
3B

Ty
Letichevsky

Ashland (HS) • MA
6-2 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Metrowest Devils 15U Black

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7/07/21

Ty Letichevsky: RHP/3B, (2024) Ashland, MA. 6-foot-2, 180-pound projectable sturdy frame. Above average on the mound, used a high ¾ arm angle and a loose quick arm action while showing above average arm speed. Up-tempo type pitcher who shows some effort. Displays in line shoulders with a consistent balance point. Lands closed with a clean finish. Threw his fastball 84-85 mph; had a heavy fastball that showed running action and command in the zone arm side. (Max spin 2089; Avg 1869). He shows sweeping action and glove side around the zone control on his 11/5 curveball (70-71). (Max spin 2434; Avg 2113). Had gradual fading action and arm side command on his changeup (73-74). 

Scout Evaluation 

Ty Letichevsky, Ashland, 2024, MA

Position: RHP/3B

Body: 6-foot-2, 180-pound projectable sturdy frame.

Pitching:  Above average. up-tempo delivery, some effort. high ¾ arm angle, above average arm speed, loose quick arm action. Consistent balance point, in line shoulders, lands closed, a clean finish.

FB: T85. 84-85 mph. (Max spin 2089;  Avg 1869). In the zone arm side accuracy, running action, heavy movement. 

CB: 70-71 mph. Glove side around the zone control, sweeping action, 11/5 shape. (Max spin 2434; Avg 2113). 

CH: 73-74 mph. Arm side control, gradual fading action. 


 

2/15/21

Letichevsky is a talented 6-foot-1, 180 pound right-handed hitting infield prospect. He hits out of a wide, slightly open stance with the hands set just off the back shoulder. A knee slide stacks the weight over the back leg before whipping the bat-head through the hitting zone on a flat path. The hands really work in his swing and he shows juice with a max exit velocity of 89 MPH.

Defensively, he was 77 MPH across the diamond. The feet are active pre pitch and move well to get him into a good fielding position.  The hands work well as he moves through the ball and into the throwing position. The arm-swing is loose and he finishes through the play well.

On the mound, Letichevsky has developed and added velocity. The delivery is simple. He uses a modified stretch with a short step to balance over the back leg. He separates well at the top and creates consistent direction with home plate. The arm works out of a high over-the-top slot producing a fastball that sits 82-84 MPH with some late sink. He also mixed in a breaking ball at 68-70 MPH with sweeping action. He also showed a good change-up at 73-74 MPH.

Letichevsky has progressed nicely. He’s added some strength to a very projectable frame and it shows with the added bat-speed and velocity on the mound. If he can continue to progress, Letichevsky could be fielding a lot of calls soon.

Exit Velocity- 89 mph
INF Velocity- 77 mph
1/04/20

This 6-foot, 160 pound right-handed hitting infielder had a tee exit velocity of 78 mph.  He hits out of a square, balanced stance with the hands relaxed off the back shoulder.  The load is short, allowing the bat-head to get into a flat path to and through contact.  During batting practice he displayed quick hands, producing a lot of hard line drives.

Defensively, he was 74 mph across the diamond. The feet are active pre pitch and he moves well in getting into a good fielding position.  The glove is relaxed and the hands work well.  As he moves through the ball, he gets to a good throwing position in line with the target.  The arm-swing is loose and he finishes with good direction.

On the mound, there is some real arm talent.  The delivery is simple.  He uses a short step to balance over the back leg. As he moves down the mound, the stride is controlled and in line with home plate.  The arm works out of a high over the top slot that produced some late sink with the fastball that sat 76-77 mph.  He also mixed in a breaking ball at 61-62 mph with sweeping action.

This is a guy to keep an eye on for sure.  I love the tools as a position player and there is definite arm talent!

Tee Exit Velocity- 78 mph

INF Velocity- 74 mph

12/15/19

The 5-foot, 160 pound right-handed hitting infielder showcased some advanced pop and strength.  The tee exit velocity was an impressive 80 mph.  He begins out of a balanced, square stance, with the hands relaxed off the back shoulder.  From there, he moves the weight to the backside and the hands push back into a good hitting position.  The swing itself is simple but aggressive.  The path is flat and the bottom half is very active through contact.  

Defensively, he showed light feet and soft hands.  The actions are fluid as he works into the fielding position.  He works well through the ball and showed a good arm at 73 mph across the infield.

Off the mound, he flashed some arm talent.  The delivery was quick, with a big leg swing.  He does a good job of staying over the backside and getting in line down the mound.  The arm-swing  is fluid works out of a ¾ slot.  The fastball sat 71-74 mph and he was able to locate on both sides of the plate.  The breaking pitch was 58-63 mph and still looks to be a work in progress.  He also worked in a changeup at 63-67 mph.

Tee Exit Velocity- 80 mph

INF Velocity- 73 mph

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