Aaron Strausbaugh

CLASS OF 2013

2B

Aaron
Strausbaugh

Ohio
Dublin Scioto (HS) • OH
5-9 • 160LBS • L/R

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7/17/12
5-foot-9, 160-pound infield prospect. Registered a 7.01 60-yard dash. Projects as a second baseman. Shows top velocity of 76 mph across the infield with long arm action. Can show stiffness at times in his actions, but shows good hands. At the plate, the left-handed hitter shows the ability to hit to all fields. Starts with a closed stance. Displays above average bat speed. Good contact type hitter.
2/18/12
5-foot-9, 158 pound prospect with average, athletic build. Registered a 4.94 40-yard dash on concrete surface. In the field, he shows average glove work and needs to continue improving his footwork as he tends to be flat at times. He uses a quick exchange and short arm action through a ¾ arm slot to reach a top velocity of 73 mph. At the plate, the left-hander shows a smooth, fluid rhythm to his swing. He takes a short, level path to the ball that generates consistent line drives. On the mound, he uses a slow rhythm and moderate arm speed through a ¾ to high ¾ arm slot that generates a 75-77 mph fastball with late arm side run. His curveball has a small bite and sits at 66 mph. His changeup shows some arm side fade and sits at 66-67 mph, but he tends to slow down his arm action.
Strausbaugh has a thin, athletic build. He projects as a second baseman at the next level. His bat is his best tool. He shows a confident approach. The left-handed hitter uses a narrow, balanced setup with a short, smooth load. He uses quick bat speed and a slight uphill bat path. In the field, he uses high 3/4 arm slot and short arm action to generate a top velocity of 69 mph across the infield. He needs to become more fluid with his fielding actions.

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