Brett Beith
Brett Beith
Brett Beith




Penn State-DuBois
Lakeview (HS) • PA
6-2 • 170LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Lakeview/Mercer American Legion


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Defensively, as outfielder gets behind, catches at it's height and works through the ball in the air. Movements are fluid and athletic. Shows proper technique and confident glove hand in attacking ball on the ground. Flashed developing, accurate 83 mph arm.

Offensively, 6-foot-2, 175 pound, left-handed hitter initiates swing with aggressive knee to knee leg kick and stride to neutral, Early hnd leak reduces separation. There is intermittent front knee softness following heel plant. Hands are loose and quick achieving solid whip. There is balance, rhythm and obvious athleticism. A bat exit velocity of 84 mph was registered.

On the mound, the left-hander works out of a mid 3/4 arm slot with low effort, repeatable delivery. Solid balance and rhythm are present. Fastball sat 77-79 mph and was cut to glove side. Curveball at 64-67 mph flashed sharp, late break with 1/7 shape. Change up at 65-68 remains work in progress with slowing of arm evident.


6-foot 150-pound left-handed hitter Beith sets up square with narrow base and initiates swing with short knee to knee leg kick and stride.  Hands are loose and quick with direct path to baseball.  Bat is on plane throughout hitting zone allowing good plate coverage and ability to use all fields. Beith was consistently on time in a solid round of BP that saw him spray line drives to all fields.  Contact skills should allow 7.07 sixty yard-dash speed to play.  His bat exit velocity of 79 mph should improve with strength gains. He may benefit from widening his set up allowing greater separation.

Defensively, flashed athletic actions staying behind baseball and catching it at it's height. May benefit from a higher arm slot in preventing tail on throws. Arm strength of 79 mph from outfield should improve with physical maturation.

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