Daniel Errigo
Daniel Errigo
Daniel Errigo
Daniel Errigo
Daniel Errigo

CLASS OF 2020

RHP

Daniel
Errigo

Harford CC
Neshaminy (HS) • PA
6-4 • 195LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Bucks County Generals

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2020 National

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6/18/19

6-foot-4, 195-pound righty sat 83-85 from a 3/4 arm slot and hip coil to his delivery that creates added deception. Commanded the zone and uses a curveball at 74-75 with slider break effectively to keep hitters off balance. Also showcased a changeup at 74-75 and a cutter at 75-77 that are both still in development. Two solid pitches and a very projectable frame makes Errigo one of the top uncommitted arms in this class as we move into the summer of 2019.

2/09/19

6-foot-4, 195-pound right-handed pitcher utilizes a stack across his body which leads to advanced hip/shoulder separation. Errigo's 3/4 release featured fastballs that sat 82-84 mph with late life. Showcased 64-69 mph curveballs that at times showed two-plane movement. 68-70 mph changeups displayed small arm-side run. His already above-average repertoire can improve with better sell on his off-speed pitches.

1/26/19

6-foot-4, 195-pound righty sat 81-84 from a 3/4 arm slot with a high knee stack and some hip coil to his delivery. Curveball showed 10/4 rotation at 65-69 with sweeping action. Changeup is thrown with good sell at 67-68. Errigo's fastball was up a couple of ticks since last seen in October. Additional velocity is likely moving forward as he continues to fill out his projectable frame.

12/29/18

6-foot-4, 195-pounder showcased a fastball that has late life and arm-side run at 78-82 out of a 3/4 arm slot. Stays more directional to the plate out of the stretch with signs that quick velocity gains are likely if similar mechanics can be adapted to the wind up. Changeup at 67-68 is thrown with good arm speed and provides a solid complimentary pitch off of the fastball. Slider at 66-68 showed curveball shape and is a pitch still in development. Errigo will be an interesting follow over the next year with the potential to make significant jumps in velocity.

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