Ian Evans
Ian Evans
Ian Evans
Ian Evans
Ian Evans




Wilson (HS) • NY
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Fieldhouse Pirates


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WNY All-Star Games (September 24, 2018)

Evans has the frame to pitch. Standing 6-foot-2, 165-pounds, it's easy to see his frame adding 25-pounds before he fully matures. Pitching- On the mound, he uses a side-step with pace, belt-high knee lift, hands around his shoulder height. He stays over the rubber and compact (maybe crouched) before driving off his back leg towards home, possibly staying taller on his back leg would help. Uses shoulder/hip separation, body length stride with firm landing leg, medium length arm-action but quick (towards second-basemen), aggressive hand-speed from a high-3/4 slot (appears over-the-top due to 1B-line body lean). Fastball sat 84-85 MPH, running it up to 87 MPH. Curveball at times has tight shape and bit at 70-72. Overall, Evans is a greater buffalo area arm that is only getting better. Time and more development is all the Dr. ordered as the raw-abilities are already in place. Excited to see him his Winter-Spring-Summer. 

Future Games (August 3, 2017)

Wiry 6-foot-2 175 pound RHP with plenty of room for physical gains. Appeared in one inning, FB sat 84-85 MPH from a three-quarter slot. Mixed in a splitter at change up differential, 76-77 MPH. In second outing, came out sitting 85-86 MPH in his first inning of work, challenged with late movement in the zone. Sharp-late down action to CB at 66-68 MPH. Flashed splitter at 76 MPH. Produced down the barrel contact on several left side groundballs.

NY Games (June 25-27, 2017)

Lanky 6-2, 165-pound RHP with a projectable pitcher’s frame. Pitching - learning how to use height to get downward plane out of a ¾ slot on 82-83 MPH fastball that touches 84 MPH, lively arm, late movement, 12-to-6 curve ball at 69-71 MPH keeps hitters off-balance, effectively changes eye level, induces weak contact. Offensively - out a nearly upright stance, uses inner knee rotation, brings bat through strike zone on a level path with full extension for an exit velocity of 82 MPH, easy to see how lower body engagement will add to power.

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