Dominic Farole
Dominic Farole




Misericordia University
Holy Cross (HS) • NJ
6-1 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Pro Skills


2018 National

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2017 New Jersey State Games (Jule 25-26, 2017)
Farole has a lean, athletic build at 6-foot-1 170-pounds. Ran the 60-yard dash in 6.91-seconds, recorded an exit velocity of 85 MPH. Offensively – sets up in a wide, athletic stance with a slight knee bend and turned opened. Hands just above back shoulder. Swing starts with a foot stride, hands load down and back slightly. Quick, loose hands and hips through the zone. Shows some elasticity in torso on finish. Generates some power with extension in hands. Line drive hitter with gap to gap potential. Defensively – Throws from the outfield topped at 83 MPH. Long, loose arm action, throws had back spin and carry on target. Pitching – on the mound, fastball topped at 78 MPH and sat mostly 76-78 throughout his outing. Flashed a breaking ball at 66-67 with 11/5 tilt. High-3/4 slot with a long, loose arm. Starts primarily in the stretch. Athletic bend in balance leg on leg lift, high front side going down the mound. Strong, firm landing leg, spins off to first base side on finish.

Futures Preview South (June 4th, 2017)

Farole has a strong, athletic 6-foot-1 170-pound build. Ran a 6.82 60 yard dash, which was good for one of the top times of the event. Recorded an exit velocity of 88 MPH. Offensively- starts in a wide, slightly opened stance with his hands below his back shoulder. As pitch comes in, utilizes a small foot stride to start swing. Hands load back minimally. Produces some coil in torso in swing to produce some pop. Level bat through the zone. In the outfield, arm-strength is prevalent. Throws were on a line and on target. Ball jumps out of hand from a high-3/4 slot. On the mound, fastball topped at 80 MPH and sat mostly 79-80 for his outing. Pitches from the stretch from an over-the-top slot. Curveball has 11/5 shape at 65-66 MPH with tight spin, can be used as a strikeout pitch for him. Athletic balance point going down the mound. High front side helps him create some leverage toward the bottom of the strike zone. Strong frame projects well on the mound. More velocity in the tank.


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