Daniel Bello
Daniel Bello
Daniel Bello
Daniel Bello
Daniel Bello
Daniel Bello

CLASS OF 2023

3B
RHP

Daniel
Bello

Valley Central (HS) • NY
6-3 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Northeast Pride-Underclass Scout
2023 National

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6/28/21

Physical: Lengthy, projectable 6-foot-3, 190lb frame with strength available. 7.68 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Balanced, slightly closed off stance as the hands operated flat on the shoulder to start. Utilized a stretched lift and replace stride to the pitcher, initiating through a slightly uphill path into the hitting zone as his posture stayed over the backside during the move. Was able to lift the baseball to pull with consistency, working up to a 323 foot batted ball distance via Trackman during his round. Got negatively into the slot at times, creating a mostly pull-side approach, encouraging extra rotation in the swing. Notched a T91 mph bat-exit velocity pointing towards current doubles power and will continue seeing measurables increase as he keeps filling out.

Defensively: The first baseman showcased a moderately low posture on the approach, getting the ball on time with a glove hand that funneled in close to the body, playing accurately in between the legs. Adequate feel around the bag and length in space attributing to some range on routes. Released accurately from H ¾ at 78 mph with more available.

Pitching: RHP - Started off the far right side of the rubber from the stretch-only as he comes set just inside shoulder-width. Gradual leg lift to an even position at the waist before separating and driving down the slope with pace into footstrike at ¾ slot. The FB ranged from 78-81 mph with arm-side run into the strike zone at 1699rpms. Mixed a well-thrown 66-68 mph CB that landed consistently for strikes at a 67% clip (sweeper, 2174rpms), later adding a 64-66 mph SL with more consistent shape to it for strikeouts. A 75-77 mph CH was commanded with killed spin at 1320rpms with ability to be a good fourth pitch down the road.


9/19/20

Physical: Long / lean 6-foot-2, 180-pound frame with projectability in the build. 7.80 runner in the 60-yard dash. Offensively: RHH. wide / balanced setup with the hands starting at the shoulder with a loose approach. Utilized a short and quick lift and replace stride to initiate the hands through a flat path into the hitting zone. Stayed relatively moderate throughout the swing in the posture while hitting into a stiff front side, could get handsy at times but showed good direction in the lower half, worked well through extension and allowed the long levers to play at the front of the plate. Demonstrated a middle-pull side approach during batting practice, Recorded a peak bat-exit velocity of 87 mph per Trackman Baseball. Defensively: The primary first baseman featured a medium-high center of gravity during defensive evaluations with adequate feel around the bag, soft glove hand played out in front while fielding off of the middle of his body, able to use inside turns on double play footwork, long strides and could range to his glove hand side. INF - 78 mph Pitching: RHP - Started from the left side of the rubber with average pace to the delivery, side rocker step into a medium-high leg lift, repeatability in the movements, sits through the backside before driving out towards the plate, landed tall with downward plane on the FB, got over the front side well after release through a high ¾ slot. FB ranged from 74-76 T77 mph getting an upwards of 1819 spin per Trackman Baseball, mixed in a sharp 63-65 mph breaker with feel for spin on the bump and countered with a straight 63-65 mph CH. 

2/21/20

Physical: 6-foot-2, 175-pounds. Long limbs; able to hold more weight; lanky. 7.66 runner in the 60; 4.72 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Wide base, feet wider than shoulder width; toe taps for timing; short stride; no leg lift; hands stay high. Hits ball where it's pitched; sprays; level bat through zone; good quick hands. Contact all over; low line drives; shows pop to middle of the field. 80 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: Good footwork around the bag turning two; choppy footwork straight up; funnels ball into body. 3/4 arm slot; medium arm swing.  INF - 80 MPH.
Pitching: Works out of stretch; high leg lift before sitting into back leg as he glides out to a slightly open landing, repeatable release and balanced follow through. Long arm action going straight back out of the glove before getting up to a 3/4 slot.
FB: T77, 74-76 MPH. Commands the zone with arm side run.
CB: 65-66 MPH. Tight 12-6 break.
CH: 70-72 MPH. Fastball arm speed with some arm side sink.

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