Tyler Horvath
Tyler Horvath
Tyler Horvath
Tyler Horvath




Twinsburg (HS) • OH
5-9 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Diamond Hit Club
2020 National

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Body Type: 5-foot-9, 165-pound athletic frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: Sits back and drives with lower half. Quick arm action. Ideal mechanics to build on.
Fastball: 83-86mph. Fastball has both arm and glove side movement. Ability to locate within the strike zone.
Curveball: 71-74mph. 11/5 movement. sharp bite. Ability to throw consistently in the strike zone.
Changeup: 78-80mph. Not enough difference in velocity to throw hitters off balance.
Pitchability: In the zone with all pitches with ability to locate fastball on corners. 


Body Type: 5-foot-9, 160- pound strong, physical frame.
Mechanical/Delivery Notes: nice casual delivery that the ball explodes out of. Has good negative energy as his weight transfers. Throws from a ¾ slot, nice clean arm slot. Mechanically he is sound, and fluid throughout all his pitches.
Fastball: 81-83 mph. Lively fastball that is throw with ease. Explodes out of his hands and can be located.
Curveball: 62-63 mph. 11/5 break that has both good break and depth. Consistent pitch for strikes.
Slider: 67-70 mph. Has tight spin and 10/4 break across the zone.
Pitchability: Commanded all his pitches, offers CB and SLD which can both be thrown for strikes.
Role: Starter/Long Reliever.
Swing Mechanics: Balanced stance from the right side. Goes with a back load to hands during controlled stride for timing
Hit: Level stroke with intent. Stays inside the baseball well. Swing offers a balanced combination of strength/speed through the zone both above average tools. Easy jump off the barrel. 
84 mph exit velocity. Much more physical than we saw last year. Has grown into gap abilities.
Offensive Projection: 
Run Producer Potential. 
Moves well in the infield with quick feet. Can get flat footed at times. Actions are much more athletic outside his funnel. Would like to see him eliminate extra step between fielding and throwing. 
83 mph across the diamond. Loose arm with above average strength and more in there. 
Defensive Projection: 


A right-handed hitter that starts in an open stance. Hands stay quiet during his aggressive stride. Front foot hitter that takes a slightly downhill path to contact. Hands are quick through the zone with some strength there at contact. Swings with intent and doesn’t get cheated up there, Nice pop for frame, showing gap abilities to pull side. In the infield he plays fast while remaining under control. Creates some angles with feet, primarily fielding the baseball on the left side of his body. Actions appear more athletic on the move. Showed enough arm for the left side. 5-foot-9, 152-pound righty with small, wiry frame. Slower paced tempo to a relatively average effort delivery. Uses a smaller leg lift with slight inward turn before working through a high ¾ slot. Quick arm speed. Fastball has some life at 80-83 mph. Curveball is spun tight with 11/5 depth at 65-69 mph. Slider shows as more of a cut FB at 70-71 mph. Changeup has downard action with occasional cut while thrown at 69-70 mph. Cruised through his outing, creating weak contact and striking out his fair share.

Home to 1st: 4.56
Infield Velocity: 79
Exit Velocity: 80


Actions are athletic and his mechanically efficient on the mound. Arm action is longer with whip to it through a high-¾ slot. Ball comes out well and he was in the zone often with his three-pitch mix. Fastball will show regular arm side action coming in at 80-81 mph. Spins the breaker well, giving it depth and sharpness on an 11/5 plane. Also offers an above average changeup with late downward action. Two-way prospect. Looked the part in the infield. Plays fast and hands really work. Showed the ability to make both the routine play and plays on the move. Only area for improvement would be to create angles with feet prior to fielding to play through the baseball with a bit more rhythm. Ball comes out well and arm plays as an above average tool across the infield. Actions are fluid and athletic in the box. Goes with a back load with hands to create offset his aggressive stride, creating balance and separation at foot strike. A line drive hitter with twitch to his hands. Worked all fields in batting practice.

60-yard dash: 7.44
Infield Velocity: 80
Exit Velocity: 84

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