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Oklahoma State
Jenks (HS) • OK
6' 3" • 185LBS


2019 National

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Making the start in Monday's game three, Osmond came out of the gates firing 92-94 mph fastballs while touching 95. Very athletic with a wiry build at 6-foot-3, 185 pounds, Osmond showed a fluid delivery and a quick arm from a high three-quarter release point. He separated his hands early and used a glove tap for timing, but occasionally got out of sync with this method and rushed his delivery. His slurve ranged from 81-87 with most in the 83-84 velo band. It was more of a ground ball inducer than true swing/miss offering. After posting a crisp and efficient first two innings on 29 pitches, 21 for strikes, Osmond began to labor in third, allowing four consecutive hits and two runs on 24 pitches. His final line included five strikeouts in 4.1 IP with a walk and six hits allowed.


Cape Cod- Osmond has some similarities to McFarlane. Both were blue-chip recruits two years ago who have yet to put it all together in college (Osmond went 2-5, 7.42 with 67 strikeouts against 33 walks in 57 innings as a 2YR FR this spring). And both stand out most for their loose arm actions and their pure athleticism, which makes it easy to dream on them. Holliday focused on getting Osmond to make better use of his athleticism this summer, as he had gotten a bit stiff and tall with his delivery. In order to help him unlock his innate athletic movements, Chatham even had him take ground balls at shortstop. He made progress over the course of the summer, working at 93-94 in his final outing, but he's still not back to the electrifying stuff he flashed coming out of high school. The wiry 6-foot-3, 185-pound righty works downhill from a high slot, and he sat 90-93 and bumped 94 in our viewing, with low spin rates that make his ball heavy. He was throwing two different breaking balls entering the summer, but Chatham got him to focus on his slider, which flashes average at 79-83 mph but still has a tendency to back up on him too frequently. He showed better feel for his 84 mph changeup in our look, using it to get swing-throughs and weak contact against lefties. Osmond isn't a finished product, but his pedigree and upside remain intriguing, and he could jump up draft lists if he can harness his pure ability in his third year at OSU.


Absolutely dominated, sitting 92-93 mph in the first, he overmatched hitters mostly with his fastball, but mixed in a couple sliders with hard, late sweep at 82. He struck out the first eight batters before walking the No. 9 hitter, but bounced back with his ninth strikeout to end the third inning. He walked the leadoff batter in the fifth and was removed, having hit 65 pitches for the day. He was mostly 90-92 after the first, touching 93 in the fourth. He didn’t need to use his changeup in the game, but showed feel for one with fading action in warm-ups.


Pitched two innings, allowing a hit batter while striking out three. His fastball sat 89-93 with sink and he mixed a breaking ball at 79-83 that blended between a curveball with downer break and a slider with more cutter-like action.

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