Andrew Kindlon
Andrew Kindlon
Andrew Kindlon
Andrew Kindlon




Albany Academy (HS) • NY
6-2 • 205LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Northeast Pride


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Physical: Long 6-foot-2, 185lb frame with athleticism found. 6.95 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: RHH - Wide, balanced stance as the hands started upright to begin. Utilized a direct lift and replace stride to initiate the barrel through a slightly uphill path into the hitting zone. Sprayed flush contact from gap to gap with ability to hold direction in the swing. Good bat to ball skills allowed for minimal swing/miss in game action and precision handling the inner half of the plate (quicker hands, T94 mph bat-exit velocity). Projects as a future middle of the order type hitter as he continues to add extra strength in the coming years. Worked up to a peak of 330+ foot batted ball distance via Trackman for doubles power to pull. 

Defensively: The outfielder flashed ready feet during defense, gaining momentum to the target with a bursty first step. Could crossover and go get it and reacted well to balls in front of him with a soft glove hand. Fielded cleanly and released at a H ¾ slot with carry to the plate (86 mph arm). 

Pitching: RHP - The righty began off the left side of the rubber, gradually finding a higher, balanced stack position at the top (slight hip coil). Exploded down the slope into footstrike producing a whippy arm at H ¾ slot (lengthy). The FB ranged from 83-85 mph showing good separation and life out of the hand. Turned to a tight 67-70 mph CB with hard sweeping action into the zone and commanded a 74-75 mph CH with some tunnel and deception.


Physical: Uber-projectable, athletic 6-foot-2, 185lb frame with mature feel for the game and strength that carries. 6.95 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Upright, wide stance as the hands showed quick rhythm at the shoulder to begin; utilized a short lift and replace stride, turning the barrel over the rear hip and entering the hitting zone through a slightly uphill path with good connection. Was able to lift the ball to the CF/LCF side of the field, staying balanced and letting the hands get extended while accelerating through impact; showed off an XBH approach, posting a T94 mph bat-exit velocity and 50% line drive rate. Easy bat to ball skills translate to game action, living on the barrel for hard contact where it’s pitched; added a near 330 foot batted ball distance (via Trackman) good enough for doubles power at the moment. 

Defensively: The outfielder bounced around in the ready phase, using a quick first step and low posture to get going and create momentum through the ball; mature routes and stayed down over the toes with the chest at the fielding window, funneling softly and taking a crow hop before the release (accurate, H ¾, 87 mph arm; full arm circle). Able to handle a CF/RF role moving forward with two-way abilities flashing. 

Pitching: RHP - The righty started off the far left side of the rubber, using a slower, gradual pace to the delivery towards a balanced stack position (slight hip coil); got down the slope with good connection and natural arm talent into footstrike, using clean mechanics from H ¾ to generate consistent results. The FB pounded the zone at 82-84 mph with big arm-side run and some heavy action into the zone at times. Mixed a short, late 71-73 mph SL up to 2147rpms (via Trackman) and then added a commanded 70-72 mph CH for strikes. Feel for three pitches and threw any offering in any count, keeping hitters off balance.

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