Thomas Bednarski
Thomas Bednarski
Thomas Bednarski
Thomas Bednarski

CLASS OF 2018

RHP

Thomas
Bednarski

Niagara
Lancaster (HS) • NY
6-1 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Full Circuit Power
2018 National

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East-West Battle (July 2017)
Average build with compact quick mechanics. 1st inning - 3rd innings fastball sat 85-88 with some late action, dropping 81-83 after. Curveball has 10/4 shape with feel for spin and FB handspeed.
NY All-Star Games (September 17, 2016)
Bednarksi performed well again in his third PBR event this year. He sat 84-85, peaking at 86 MPH with late life from a shorter arm-action with quick hand-speed. Compact balance point; slight collapse through front knee at times. Works at an upbeat pace and tempo. Curveball sat 71-73 mph with razor blade action, high-follow from WNY.
Future Games (August 4-6, 2016)
Stands from a lean loose body build standing 6-foot-1, 175-pounds, Bednarski sat 83-85 mph (seen up to 89) with the fastball from a shorter arm-action. Curveball sat 71-73 with some late-down action but lacked hand-speed. High ceiling on the mound.
Western NY Prospect Preview (July 5, 2016)
Thomas has a prototypical pitcher’s build at 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds. Pitching- Bednarski sets up middle of the rubber before shifting to the far left before delivery. He has a very quick 2-step into his leg kick, which he keeps tucked into his body. Thomas lands slightly closed towards the 3B side while delivering a FB ranging from  84-86 MPH; touching 89 MPH. FB showed some late life and got swings up in the zone.  Curveball had  sweeping action, varying between 1-7 and 2-8 action (while dropping to  69-70 MPH).  Despite the near 20 MPH differential, the late action on his CB often had hitters waving during the live session. Showed the ability to spot and expand. Improved FB command and a change up as an additional option will launch him into the upper level categories for the 2018 class.
Buckeye Elite Showcase-OH (July 8, 2015)
6-foot, 170-pound thin, projectable body frame. Pitching- On the mound he uses simple, repeatable mechanics in a delivery that doesn’t require much effort. He lands slightly closed at foot strike, finishing with his momentum carrying towards home plate landing in a balanced position. He throws with a clean arm action, using average arm speed coming from a ¾ slot. His fastball was between 77-80 mph. His curveball showed inconsistent signs of sharpness with 11/5 tilt that should project into a good pitch, between 62-64 mph.  
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