Michael Tennie
Michael Tennie
Michael Tennie
Michael Tennie
Michael Tennie
Michael Tennie
Michael Tennie




Sinclair CC
Moeller (HS) • OH
5-10 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Nashville Knights 18u Platinum


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Very solid player that has a future at the next level. Not a flashy player but very efficient and has a well-rounded skill set. Good athlete that proved to be an above average runner. Looked the part in the infield, showing an above average skill set across the board. Very sure-handed with the ability to make plays on the move. Ideal second baseman skill set. At the plate he has athletic movements to loading sequence that create energy and balance. More pop than you’d expect from his second baseman frame. Ball jumps off bat and he showed the ability to find the barrel often. Gap to gap pop.
60-yard Dash: 6.78
Infield Velocity: 81
Exit Velocity: 89


5-foot-10, 168-pound. Right handed hitting middle infield prospect. Wide base at the setup, lunge type with slight bat wrap. Barrel stays level through the zone, shows future power potential. Recorded an 87 mph exit velocity. Defensively shows good actions in the infield, solid glove work, could improve transfer time. Throws were accurate topping at 81 mph. Also ran a 4.91 home to first.


5-foot-9, 168 pound middle infielder showed soft hands in the field. Tennie’s feet moved well with good speed as he took good angles to the ball and set himself up for good throws by getting around it, feet set and locked into his target. He threw 81 mph across the diamond displaying a stronger arm with accuracy. Offensively, Tennie gets into a strong launch position ready to attack pitches. His swing was level and smooth and produces good power. Produced a 91 mph exit velocity. He creates good separation and generates positive momentum which leads to his consistent swing and overall very good results.


5-foot-9, 168 pound right handed hitting middle infielder showed a well-balanced stance with a shorter, inside out swing with great power as he recorded an 88 mph exit velocity which was second-best at the event. Tennie needs to improve keeping his front side intact longer on outside pitches as he pulls off and doesn’t fully utilize his power the other way. He displayed his running ability with a 4.09 down the line from home to first. Defensively, Tennie threw 80 across the diamond with accuracy while showing off his clean footwork by taking good angles to get around the ball. His glovework looked good, just needs to focus on extending through the ball. He shows plenty of tools that can be developed further to play at a higher level in college.


Ran a 7.13 60-yard dash. A right-handed hitter that starts in a wider setup. Goes with a leg kick load to get things going. Barrel stays rhythmic throughout pre launch movements. Takes a downhill path to the baseball, generating above average bat speed. Strength shows at contact and he was able to produce consistent line drives. Has run producer potential. Top exit velocity was 90 mph. A middle infield that plays under control. Feet work well, allowing him to play through the baseball efficiently. Glove is reliable and hands are soft. Maintains actions and ball skills on the move. Solid defender with and 81 mph arm across the diamond.

A right-handed hitter that starts in a balanced setup. Incorporates a very fluid leg kick load while keeping his hands loose prior to launch. Swing is compact with definite quickness to his bat. Path is level to slightly downhill. Consistently produced line drives to the middle/opposite field in batting practice. A middle infielder that plays fast and gets solid reactions off the bat. Showed confidence in his glove inside and out of his funnel. Brings the ball into the middle of his body while getting himself in line to first. Solid defender.

Home to First: 4.72
Infield Velocity: 80
Exit Velocity: 89

5-foot-8, 165-pound prospect. Projects as a second base type. Tendency to get flat footed when receiving the ball straight on. Average footwork. Short transfer. Uses long arm action through ¾ slot without creating much momentum with his upper half. Offensively, he showed off a compact swing and was able to consistently produce line drives in batting practice. Creates efficient energy into contact through his loading sequence and well times weight shift. Impressive pop for frame.

60 Yard Dash: 7.3
Position Velocity: 79
Exit Velocity: 84

Swing Mechanics: Uses a back load to hands during aggressive stride with lower half.
Hit: Aggressive swinger with a compact stroke. Can get a bit rotational at times but generates true flight when he stays through contact. Middle/pull approach in BP. Was in the air for most of BP.
Power: More pop than frame would suggest. Gap abilities.
Offensive Projection: Tables Setter.
Run: 7.13
Field: Worked out at third base he plays with quiet feet. Showed the ability to create angles. Ball skills play at the position
Throw: Average to slightly above average arm strength.
Defensive Projection: 3B/2B.

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