Philip Di Blasi
Philip Di Blasi
Philip Di Blasi
Philip Di Blasi

CLASS OF 2021

RHP

Philip
Di Blasi

Northeastern
Boston College (HS) • NH
6-1 • 215LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Team Mizuno Northeast

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2021 National

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3/05/19

6-foot-1, 215-pound right-handed pitcher. The best outing from Phil that I have seen put forth. The delivery is online with the feet and above ¾ in slot. The frame is durable and thick. The lift is athletic, coil at the top. The glove sweeps across the hitters face, adding deception but taking him offline. The ability to track his front shoulder to the plate will lead to improved velocity and stuff. The raw ability is present. The fastball touched 85 mph, arm side run to the pitch. The slider was up to 79 action, sweepy at times. The changeup is a work in progress, sitting 77-79. With reps on the bump, he could be a real good one. 

2/09/19

6-foot-1, 205- pound left-handed hitting catcher and pitcher. Defensively, threw 77 mph from behind the dish. The feet can be cleaned up as he matures, as the arm makes up for lack of direction with his feet. The pop time is 2.01. The frame is strong and physical, good looking athlete. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 89 mph. The bottom half starts slightly open, closes down as the ball approaches. The path is quick to contact, needs to be flattened through the ball. The ball jumps off when he catches it correctly. On the mound, the fastball touched 86 mph. The spin pitch is a wide slider, sitting at 74-76. The breaking ball is wide in shape, sitting 72-74 mph. Probably a good idea to make these two into one pitch. The changeup is a work in progress, sitting at 80-81 mph. The delivery is online with the feet, above ¾ in slot. The tracking of the front shoulder needs to improve as he spins off line prior to getting his foot down. The glove is pulled offline as well. Very good athlete and prospect.

Tee Exit Velocity- 89 mph
Catching Velocity- 77 mph
Pop Time- 2.01

10/20/18

6-foot-1, 205-pound switch hitting catcher. Ran a 4.5 down the line from the left side and a 4.7 down the line from the right side. The glove is solid behind the dish, needs to continue to soften and work on securing the catch. The arm has plenty of strength to it, threw 77 mph down to second base. The pop time is 2.02, the feet can continue to quicken during the transfer as well. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 90 mph. Left-handed, he sets up even with the feet, uses a pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches. The path needs flattening. The hands are strong and work. Right-handed, the set up is even, front foot is really closed off to the pitcher. The path is long and strong to the ball, recoil after contact.

Tee Exit Velocity-90 mph
Catching Velocity- 77 mph
Pop Time- 2.02

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