Joe Toth
Joe Toth
Joe Toth
Joe Toth




Adrian College
Stow-Munroe Falls (HS) • OH
6-1 • 190LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Ohio Longhorns
2019 National

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Switch hitter at the plate. From the right  he starts in an athletic stance. Goes with a leg kick for timing as barrel flows through a bat tip load. Physical hitter with some bat speed. Movements create energy when synced. Middle of the lineup type guy with present gap abilities. Similar look to him from the left side. Looks to be a bit more controlled/contact approach from the left. More college projection from the right in general. Sound defender over at third base. Actions are smooth and feet are efficient. Glove looks to be reliable as well. Solid performance in defensive eval. Two-way prospect. On the mound the right-hander works with an uptempo pace as he rolls through his chest high leg lift with a slight inward turn at the top. Fastball has regular arm side action at 79-82 mph and he spins a decent breaking ball.
60-yard Dash: 7.98
Infield Velocity: 80
Exit Velocity: 86


Switch hitter at the plate. From the right he has big movements to loading sequence that create energy when synced. Physical bat with strength and speed to hands. Will pull off at times but creates natural ball flight and loud pop when he stays through. From the left he has a similar look mechanically. Looks to maintain barrel accuracy with a little less natural tools. Enough juice to do both but looks to a bit more natural from the right. At third base he looks comfortable with the frame for the spot. Plays under control and can create angles with his feet. Average lateral mobility. Receives the ball well with soft hands and above average ball skills. Arm for the spot. Two-way prospect. On the hill the righty works with an uptempo pace to a delivery that requires some effort. Clean arm through an over the top slot. Throws his entire arsenal with intent. Fastball will show regular arms side action sitting 75-78 mph. Will occasional drop to sidearm slot with the pitch without losing velocity. Slider comes from both slots, looking sharper from the sidearm slot but an above average offering from both. Can use the pitch as a get ahead or put away offering at 70-71 mph. Bullpen type arm that is a tough matchup on righties and looks to have a velocity jump in there.
Infield Velocity: 77
Exit Velocity: 80
H-1st: 4.75


A switch hitter. From the left side he starts in an open setup. Loading sequence is fluid and efficient. Uses a controlled stride for timing. Barrel gets vertical prior to launch. Path is flat with developing bat speed. Barrel has some whip to it. Very good when barrel flowed to the middle of the field. From the right side he has a more aggressive approach. Swings with intent and finds the barrel often. Looks to have a chance to be a true switch hitter with more juice from his right side. A third baseman that has fluidity to his action in his pre fielding movements. Showed confidence in his glove in his funnel and to his glove side. Uses a lower slot as he throws across the infield. On the mound the righty worked with a slower tempo with a slight inward turn on his leg lift requiring some effort. Throws from a lower ¾ slot that sometimes drops to near sidearm while having a fairly short action. Fastball is good to the arm side, while occasionally cuts to the outer third of the plate at 70-72 mph. Shows two different breaking balls in his arsenal with the curveball being the better of the set. The curveball has an 11/5 shape with gradual tilt at 59-62 mph. The slider is more of a sweeping pitch and frisbee like at 63-65 mph. Really likes to starts that pitch in the middle of the plate to right handed hitters and let it end in the opposite batters box.

Home to First: 4.86
Infield Velocity: 72
Exit Velocity: R 78, L 71


5-foot-11, 150-pound average build. At the plate he showed good rhythm and was able to generate momentum by using a small knee pinch load. Did a good job of transferring energy through an aggressive stride towards the pitcher and used a slightly upward bat path to the ball. His exit velocity was 73 mph. In the field he showed the ability to make most of the plays. Would like to see him uses quicker footwork after fielding the ball while gaining momentum towards first base. He showed a 69 mph arm strength across the diamond throwing from a 3/4 slot with clean arm action. On the mound the righty displayed a quick arm, with clean action and good direction to home plate. Throwing from a 3/4 slot he was able to consistently throw his fastball for strikes at 66-69 mph. He used a gradual breaking curveball with an 10/4 shape at 61-62 mph. Ran a 8.65 60 yard dash.

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