David McCabe
David McCabe
David McCabe
David McCabe
David McCabe
David McCabe

CLASS OF 2019

3B
1B

David
McCabe

Charlotte
Everest Academy (HS) • ON
6-4 • 225LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Ontario Blue Jays - Steed
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6.18.18 - The 6’4’’, 225-pound switch-hitting third baseman went 2-for-4 in the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader against the Ontario Blue Jays, hitting a home run to right field in one at-bat while making a case for a second homer later in the game. Looks to have slimmed down from last year and has gotten stronger and more athletic. McCabe starts off from a narrow stance, has good rhythm and timing in the box, uses a quiet toe tap load, hands work with some quickness, uphill bat path with aim to lift the baseball. The uncommitted power-hitter shows an advanced approach at the plate with a good understanding of the strike zone and the ability to hit the ball to all fields. Swing is short and easy, hits the ball hard consistently, and has good barrel awareness. Shows the ability to not only hit for power but for average on the next level. At third base, demonstrates feel for the position with proper footwork, arm works cleanly. Overall, McCabe looks to be one of the top uncommitted prospects in the province, will be an interesting follow for college coaches this summer.

9.10.17 - McCabe is a switch-hitting infielder who plays third base for his club team but will also see time across the corner at first. Big frame at 6-foot-4, 215-pounds and room to add strength. Swings it from both sides of the plate with power potential from each side, shows feel to hit and will spray ball across the field and give you quality at-bats with plate discipline while hitting in the middle of a lineup. Hands are smooth defensively with proper actions, arm plays from left side and is above average for first baseman. Bat is biggest tool and with his size and ability to switch hit, could do some real damage offensively when he gets a BBCOR in his hands.

5.11.17 - Continues to improve feel for game. Advanced setup with quiet confidence in the box. Exit velocity of 96 mph shows strength gains and improved frame at 6-foot-4, 200-pounds. Hands are soft and work well at third, will also see time at first. Bat is biggest tool and the reason you need to recruit the switch hitting McCabe.

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