Blake Gorski
Blake Gorski
Blake Gorski

CLASS OF 2017

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Blake
Gorski

Cumberland County JC
Ocean City High School (HS) • NJ
5-10 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: South Jersey Sand Sharks

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New Jersey Games (July 23, 2016)
Gorski is a 5-foot-10 160-pound catcher and has committed to Cumberland Community College. Ran 60 in 7.23. Offensively, Gorski sets up slightly opened with the bat above his shoulder at a horizontal plane. Uses a short stride and hand load to start swing. Exit Velo 71. Defensively, had pop times between 2.25-2.30. Threw 74 mph down to second base. Needs to finish throws with momentum going toward second base. Recoils a bit.  


10/18/15 --
It had been about a month after seeing Gorski at the Underclass Games and I was thoroughly impressed by the improvements made in the batter's box. He had a much better presence and took more authoritative hacks. His exit velocity increased and his in-game production was much more noticeable. He went just 1-for-3 but he managed to make his hit count. He reached base and showcased his baseball IQ by stealing second and third within three pitches. He also ran a 4.54 down to first base on a ground out after a long swing. Defensively, he was the team's best receiver and blocker and made most of his in-game throws on the bad. His pop time needs to improve (2.13) still but more than likely will as he begins to fill out.
9/20/15 --  Gorski is 5-foot-10, 155 pounds and has a slender build with room to put on lean mass. He displays athleticism and could potentially be an above average running catcher. He hits with an open stance and uses a small leg kick to generate additional pop. He lands slightly open but does a nice job middle to push side hitting consistent line drives. As he physically matures, he will have better balance and be able to go to all fields with the same authority because he has potential for plus bat speed. He has above average receiving skills even with breaking balls down in the zone, which stood out. He throws with arm strength and good foot work and could quicken up his pop time (2.06) with a higher, quicker transfer.
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