Chase Hagerty
Chase Hagerty
Chase Hagerty

CLASS OF 2015

RHP
3B

Chase
Hagerty

Southeast Missouri State
Cape Central (HS) • MO
6'4 • 200LBS • R/R

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2015 National

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8/17/14 – Hagerty is a projectable 6-foot-4, 200-pound right-handed pitcher. He has a high ¾ delivery with quick arm speed. Chase throws with easy effort, has short arm action, and stays level with his shoulders. Hagerty had a fastball velocity range of 83-88 MPH with run and sink. His curveball was at 72-73 MPH with 12/6 tilt and late/sharp break. Chase also displayed a splitter that was at 78 MPH with near fastball arm speed and good sink.
2/23/14 – Hagerty is a strong 6-foot-3, 195-pound.  Hagerty posted the top velo of the event, touching 88 MPH.  He showed four pitches in the zone and sat 84-86 MPH with some cut to his fastball.  He has an 11/5 curveball with late break at 73-75 MPH and a change-up at fastball arm speed at 70-75 MPH.  Hagerty showed good feel for a slider at 75-77 MPH with late movement.  He has a ¾ release and a quick arm.  Hagerty throws with regular effort and repeats his mechanics well.
The well-built and strong 6-foot-3, 205-pound Hagerty impressed with his overall athleticism in his game. On the mound, Hagerty comes from a high ¾ arm slot with a quick, loose arm and good rhythm, keeping his momentum down hill at all times. His has a good mound presence and fills the strike zone will all of his pitches producing lots of swings and misses and ground ball outs. Hagerty’s fastball was thrown 77-82 mph, and was heavy with run and sink action. He also showed a 71-73 mph slider with 10-to-4 shape that had tight spin and sharp break. Offensively, Hagerty shows some hand speed and effectively uses his lower half to produce some bat speed. His swing stays level with extension through contact and he hit the ball hard gap to gap during batting practice. At third base, Hagerty fields his position well, with sure hands and a strong, quick, and accurate arm.
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