Benjamin Stacy
Benjamin Stacy
Benjamin Stacy
Benjamin Stacy
Benjamin Stacy




Walsh University
St. Xavier (HS) • OH
6-5 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Team First Web Gems


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Stacy is a projectable bat that has a frame that will attract college scouts. Uses a leg kick/bat tip combination for loading sequence before taking a nice, level path through the zone. Strength is top tool through the zone but bat speed is also an above average tool. Offers present gap pop with more to come as he continues to fill out. Checks off all the boxes at first base. Ideal frame for the spot with above average athleticism and ball skills.
60-yard dash: 7.32
Infield Velocity: 79
Exit Velocity: 88


An upside bat with a long limbed, 6-foot-5 frame. Incorporates a bat tip and leg kick to loading sequence that create a ton of energy into contact when synced. Can get around the ball at times but ball really flies off his bat when he stays inside it. Middle of the lineup type with his ability to lift the ball naturally with backspin. Already possesses gap pop with power to come as he adds strength to frame. Also is a follow on the mound where he has an upper 70s fastball that looks to have more in the tank and also tosses to quality offspeed pitches.
Home to 1st: 4.66
Infield Velocity: 78
Exit Velocity 85



Brings a lot of upside to the plate. Creates solid energy with his lower half while keeping hands simple. Path is uphill with impressive strength through contact. Shows signs of power potential to come as he matures physically. Ideal frame for the first base position. Moves off the bag well and does a nice job staying low as he plays through the baseball. Glove skills are average to slightly above average at this stage. On the mound the righty showed fluid tempo to his delivery. A drop and drive type guy that lands in line to home plate at foot strike. Arm action is clean and shorter while working through a high-¾ slot. Attacked hitters with his 75-78 mph fastball. Spins a 66-68 mph breaking ball on an 11/5 plane. The pitch had some sharpness and depth to it. Has potential to be sharper if he can get on top of the pitch.  

Home To First: 4.39
Infield Velocity: 64
Exit Velocity: 87


A very projectable 6-foot-5, 180-pound. Creates efficient energy with his lower half on the mound, landing in line at foot strike. Tempo is slower and delivery requires little effort. Arm action is long with looseness to it. Works through a high-¾ slot with his fastball sitting 74-76 mph. Spins a tight slider with solid depth. The pitch darts across the zone at 67-69 mph. Showed the ability to use the pitch to freeze righties or break it out of the zone. Changeup is near fastball arm speed at 69-70 mph. Was consistently in the zone with the pitch. At the plate he starts in a wider setup prior to his very fluid loading sequence. Lower half is efficient and creates energy. His vertical bat placement creates natural whip through the zone. Ball comes off his bat well now with much more pop in there as his frame fills out. Ideal frame for the first base position. First step is quick and he moves well laterally for frame. Would like to see him play lower.

Infield Velocity: 72
Exit Velocity: 83

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