Cade Lommel
Cade Lommel
Cade Lommel




Delano (HS) • MN
6-3 • 220LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Mariners Scout Team - STARTERS


2020 National

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2018 PBR Future Games- Easy delivery and pitchability with four pitches from a high ¾ slot that were all used in a variety of counts. The FB ranged from 81-83 and was offset with a split-finger change at 72-74 with late, hard downward movement. 

6/17/18- 6-foot-2, 185-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. On mound; one of top arms in MN 2020 class. Strike thrower with easy arm action and ability to work both sides of the plate. Fastball was 81-83 mph with heavy action and late arm-side run. Avg. breaking ball with 1/7 shape, consistently thrown for strikes, upsetting timing and allowing fastball to play up. Above avg. changeup thrown with fastball arm speed; works bottom of zone well with pitch. 7.5 runner. Slight open stance, hitchy hand load, drives through contact well with lower half, line drive swing plane, mid/pull approach, 75 mph exit velocity. Soft hands in field, tends to field underneath, comfortable around bag, 79 mph arm across infield.

3/17/18- 6-foot-2, 185-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. The velocity isn’t there yet, but as was seen from some big velocity jumps at the event, a year can bring on a lot of change. Lommel has wide shoulders on his long-limbed, 6-foot-2, 185-pound frame. The southpaw has an elastic arm that produces some whip before releasing out of a high ¾ slot. He has a clean, repeatable delivery stepping slightly across his body releasing with normal effort and eyes that try to remain fixed on the glove. His fastball worked 78-80 with some natural arm side life, and it looks like there could be much more on the way given how freely the whole delivery plays. HIs secondary offerings are still more developing pitches including a slider at 70-72 and changeup at 70-71. However, given his long frame and loose left arm, Lommel looks like a pitcher that some schools will want to follow moving forward. As a position player Lommel ran a 7.82 60, was 78 mph across the infield, and produced a 70 mph exit velocity. Slight leg kick with choppy rhythm, consistently works the middle of field with spray contact, moves around first with ease, shows athleticism, and has loose easy actions as a defender.

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