Alec Sachais

CLASS OF 2019

RHP
OF

Alec
Sachais

Rider
Holy Spirit (HS) • NJ
6-0 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: New Jersey Baseball

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4/14/19

Rider recruit. Stock rising for the draft, one of the most under-the-radar players in the state. Fastball sat 88-90, with multiple 89-90s later in his outing when his pitch count was rising. CB showed sharp 11/5 bite at 76-78 and flashed a harder changeup at 82-85. Easy, long and athletic frame and delivery. High-¾ slot with effortless velocity on release. Extends out in front of landing leg with ease and ball explodes out. Final line: 5 IP, 11 K, 3 H, 4 BB. Pitch count was reason for him coming out - defense made 5 errors behind him in 5 innings.

2/11/17

Preseason All-State Showcase (February 11th, 2017)
Sachais has a lanky build at 6-feet 165-pounds. Ran a 7.41 60 yard dash. Offensively- starts with feet wider than shoulder width in a slight crouch with hands above shoulder. Weight is stacked on back side prepitch with front shoulder tilted up. As pitch comes in, shifts more weight to the back side before a small leg kick and stride being the hands through in a slight scooping action. Hands work down while loading before coming through on an upward angle. Swings down then rises to finish. Defensively-  charges ground balls well from the outfield to gain ground on throws. Fields ball on the outside of his foot to continue momentum going toward target. Loose, quick arm action, throws topped at 82 mph. Pitching- up tempo delivery, fastball topped at 81 mph and sat mostly 79-80 for the majority of his outing. showcased a 12/6 breaking ball at 60-65 mph, and a changeup at 62-63. Slows arm on offspeed. High-3/4 arm slot. Tall balance point, creates great drive off back leg going down the mound. Shoulders are even with the ground. Can create more leverage by getting front side higher going down the mound, creating more velocity. Elastic looking body and arm, good frame to fill out.

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