Dalton Earich
Dalton Earich
Dalton Earich
Dalton Earich
Dalton Earich




Youngstown State
Manchester (HS) • OH
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R


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2016 Top Prospect Games (Invite Only)
Jun 6, 2016
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81 - 85
63 - 65
75 - 78

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6-foot-2, 175-pound athletic, projectable frame. The right-hander varies his tempo in his delivery to create deception for the hitter. Has short, quick arm action and works through a high ¾. Doesn’t throw anything straight. Uses primarily a two-seam fastball that has heavy run into righties. Fastball sat 81-85 mph. Curveball is sharp, with good depth and an 11/5 shape. Changeup has similar run to his fastball and he is able to maintain his armspeed. Has feel for all three pitches.  

A very talented RHP with a projectable frame at 6-foot-1, 175-pounds. His fastball sat 83-85 mph with late, heavy run and some sink. Showed the ability to keep his arm speed on his changeup that has similar action to his fastball at 75-77 mph. Curveball has late, sharp break with a 10/4 shape at 67-69.

6-foot-1, 175-pound prospect with lanky frame. Quick tempo with some effort to his delivery. Uses a big leg kick. Slot varies depending on the pitch. Throws from more of a high ¾ slot with a fastball that sits in the low 80’s touching up to 84 mph. Similar slot for his changeup, which is thrown near fastball arm speed at 75-77 with effective fade down in the zone. Tendency to slow down his arm speed and throw from more of a ¾ slot with his breaking ball, which showed 11/5 action at 65-67 mph.

6-foot-1, 175-pound athletic build. On the mound he shows some rhythm in his delivery that requires some effort. Good direction to the plate landing on line at foot strike and finishing square. Shows a loose back arm action into a high ¾ slot with quick arm speed. Three pitch mix with the fastball sitting 83-85 mph with some run. Curveball sits 64-67 mph on an 11/5 tilt with gradual break. Changeup sits 74-76 mph with near fastball arm speed.

6-foot-1, 180-pound projectable frame. On the mound he has good tempo to his delivery with good direction on his landing. Throws from a loose, high-3/4 slot with his fastball sitting 80-84 mph with some sink to it. Spins a breaking ball with 11/5 tilt at 64-69 mph. Didn't show a changeup and had a strong outing punching out 4 in two innings of work.
6-foot-1, 180-pound thin, projectable body frame, with room to fill out with. On the mound his delivery requires regular effort. He lands even and slightly more open with his foot, in a straight line at foot strike. Hands move up in sync with leg kick. He finishes, carrying his momentum towards home plate. He throws with quicker arm speed coming from a ¾ slot. He works with two fastballs both show good movement and sinking action between 78-83 mph. He threw his curveball at 64-65 mph with gradual break at an 11/5 plane. He threw a slider with tighter break at 69 mph. He retired all five batters he faced during game play in his inning of work, getting weak contact from hitters, while striking out two of them.

6-foot-1, 175-pound prospect with wiry frame. Projects best as a pitcher at this stage. Throws through ¾ arm slot and everything moves. Regular effort to his delivery. Obvious quickness to his arm. Four-seam fastball sat at 80-83 mph with occasional run. His two-seam fastball shows big time run at 81-82 mph. Demonstrated command of both pitches. Mixes in a slider from a ¾ slot. Good, late break to the pitch at 67-68 mph. When he learns to throw the pitch with fastball arm speed, he will be really difficult to hit. Changeup shows fade to the arm-side at 72-74 mph. Offensively, he starts from a slight crouch. Tendency to rise causing extra head movement in his swing. Uses a small stride with slight upper-cut. Ran a 4.8 60. Defensively, he showed good arm strength with a top velocity of 81 mph across the infield. Average hands and feet at this stage.
6-foot-1, 170-pound thinner build with room to add strength. Infielder, has a tendency to wind up on his throws coming from a ¾ slot showing some descent arm strength and reached a top velocity of 72 mph. Shows good athletic feet to work with and played through the baseball for the most part. Right-handed hitter uses a leg kick for added power, and a short hands back trigger. Has a tendency to pop up before he swings. He ran a 4.70 down the line to first-base.

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