Harry Berezansky
Harry Berezansky
Harry Berezansky
Harry Berezansky
Harry Berezansky




California University of Pennsylvania
Guilderland (HS) • NY
6-0 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Frozen Ropes


2021 National

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Physical: Strong and sturdy 6-foot, 175-pound frame with physicality throughout the actions. 
Pitching: Works primarily out of the stretch with a quick tempoed leg lift towards a closed land towards the plate. The arm plays downhill from a power, high ¾ slot with plenty of life at release on an 85-87 mph FB with a max of 2282 spin per Trackman Baseball; showcased extra life as it approached the plate and natural arm-side run. Mixed in a sharp 70-72 mph CB with 11/5 shape and 2123 spin. Countered with a quality third pitch with low spin; a 72-73 mph CH at near fastball arm-speed showing adequate deception.



Physical: 5-foot-10, 175-pounds. Strong, physical build.
Pitching: Primarily out of stretch; Works quickly with high leg lift, sits into back leg, glove arm gets up while striding across to a closed landing before finishing with intent. Long arm swing to a high 3/4 slot.FB: T83, 82-83 MPH. Natural tail with ride through the zone. CB: 71-73 MPH. Tight slurve action with late break. CH: 76-77 MPH. Maintains arm speed with late tail.


A physical build at 5-foot-10, 175 pounds. Pitching- Displays a live projectable arm. Works mainly from the left side of the rubber. Short knee lift to a quick hand separation from a balanced backside. Has a crossfire arm action. Starts on the left side and ends on the right side of the rubber. Showed good FB command with late life peaked at 77 MPH. Shows a sharp breaking ball, late break down in the zone 66-67 MPH. Shows feel for a CH at 65-69 MPH.


Berezansky stands in at 5-foot-9, 140-pounds with a lean athletic frame. Ran a 8.17 – 60. Offensively- Righty sets up slightly open with a simple stride and load prior to the pitch. Tends to dive out over the plate before the hands get into the hitting zone. Utilizes a level barrel path demonstrating live drive ability up the middle and to the pull side. Will get better with added strength development. Recorded an exit velocity of 68 MPH, up 4 MPH from November 2016. Defensively- Fluid crow hop mechanics gaining ground throughout the process of the throw.d Could use more of an outfielder arm swing to get more of the body involved in the process of the swing. Recorded a positional arm velocity of 76 MPH, up 10 MPH from his previous best mark of 66 MPH set in November 2016. Pitching- Righty sets up in the middle of the rubber with a thigh high leg raise into the power position. Breaks down well driving down the mound with good separation utilizing a mid ¾ arm slot. Fastball was 70-72 MPH with arm side run.


Berezansky, a 2021 right-handed hitting outfielder/RHP, stands at 5-foot-6 and weighs 120 pounds, ran a 8.23 60. Offensively- Starts with a square lower half the lead foot slightly up on the toe, weight evenly balanced with the hands held ear height above the shoulder while the barrel of the bat is parallel to the ground. Gets to the launch phase of the swing using a moderate lifting of the lead leg with some weight shift to the back side with the barrel of the bat dipping towards the ground as the hands slightly drive back towards the shoulder. Kept the barrel tight and compact during batting practice, driving the ball well from the pull side gap to the opposite field gap. Recorded an exit velocity of 64 MPH, which should improve as the 2021 grad gains size and strength as well as being able to keep the lead hip in a bit longer. Defensively- Approaches the ball with infielder like actions, breaking down fielding the ball in the center of the body with both hands while the lower half gets extremely wide with both knees angled outward. Transfers the ball from the center of the chest, creates long arm action with the separation. Keeps the lower and upper half in a good sequence which helps with getting good extension and leg drive on release. Recorded a arm velocity of 66 MPH. Pitching- Pitches from the stretch on the first base side of the pitching rubber. Comes set with a strong base, feet slightly more than shoulder width apart while the hands are set chin height. Gets to the gathered position with a leg kick that elevates the knee between the chest and waist with the hands remaining chin height. Sticks the landing with the lead toe pointed towards the catcher while the lead arm stays tight to the body with the left elbow getting to the left hip. The fastball, thrown from a high ¾ arm slot, topped out at 63 MPH showing some arm side but with inconsistent command. The changeup, showing some arm side fade, topped out at 59 MPH a differential that could improve off the fastball. The curveball, topping out at 55 MPH showed 11-to-5 shape. With an ability to keep the shoulders more level during the delivery, should get better extension on the release which would help with the command.

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