Ethan Pfeffer
Ethan Pfeffer
Ethan Pfeffer
Ethan Pfeffer




Trinity (HS) • PA
5-10 • 190LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Central PA Renegades - Wentling


2022 National

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Physical: Strong, compact 5-foot-10, 190lb frame with wide shoulders. 7.71 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH - Wide, balanced stance with a straight up/down barrel to start at the shoulder. Utilized a short, quick lift and replace stride to initiate the bat head through a flat, whippy path into the hitting zone. Mostly handsy approach yielding pull-side contact down the RF line. Lifted the baseball towards the middle of the field with a high finish, posting a 56% fly ball rate and 83 mph bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. Worked his way up to a 300+ foot peak batted ball distance over the course of his batting practice round. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman flashed adequate footwork and a strong base that he set up on time with a soft glove hand operating out in front. Quick funnel inward and in/out on the release from high ¾, short takeaway (73 mph arm). Ability to hand plays inside and outside of the left foot at the fielding window. 

Pitching: RHP - Started off the far left side of the rubber from the stretch only; gradual leg lift to a slightly above-average height and drove connected down the mound. Pounded the strike zone from 75-77 mph (13.1 inches average HM, 47% zone rate), pairing a short 66-67 mph SL across the dish. Countered with a developing, low-spin 68-70 mph CH thrown with good sell.


Physical: 5’10 190lb 3B/ RHP ran a 7.23 laser timed 60-yard dash. Large body has some natural strength and room to improve overall physique.

Offensively: Starts in a tall, slightly open stance, with high loose hands. Uses a small hand load and a stride forward to get into a good hitting position. The barrel works smooth and inside of the ball. 

Defensively: Moves pretty well, using short and choppy steps as he approaches the ball. He uses two hands to receive the ball and funnel to the center of his body. His arm works loose and easy as he uses a quick catch and release to get the ball to his target.

Pitching: Starts slightly turned facing the 3rd base line. He has a slow and methodical windup, picking up the pace as he strides towards the plate. His arm Works quick and slightly whippy as he gets downhill off the mound.


Physical: Strong and compact 5-foot-9, 180-pound frame with well built lower half. 7.23 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH. Started from a balanced, open stance with a slight bend in the knees as the hands began at the shoulder. Utilized a short lift and replace stride to initiate a flat barrel path through the hitting zone, line drive approach mainly to the pull side as he liked to get the hands out in front at the contact point. Short time to contact coupled with not a lot extra going on in the swing generating high level bat to ball skills in the box. Hit into an adjustable front side with stiffness to it and recorded a top bat-exit velocity of 85 mph according to Trackman Baseball / peak batted ball distance of 266 feet. Could lift the pitch above the belt towards the middle of the field with backspin. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured a medium center of gravity while approaching the ball with active footwork off of the middle/left side of his body. Liked ranging to the glove side with short, choppy movements and got the ball over to first with solid pace out of a high ¾ slot showing repeatability/accuracy. INF - 72 mph


5-foot-9, 170-pound left-handed hitter starts from a square stance and utilizes a lift-and-replace stride to begin. Displayed balance throughout with a gap-to-gap approach. Barreled the baseball routinely in one of the better rounds of batting practice on the day. Registered a bat exit velocity of 77 mph and ran a 7.90 60-yard dash. Showcased capable glove work around the bag at first base and accurate 71 mph arm strength across the diamond. Righty worked solely out of the stretch off the mound sitting 73-75 from a high 3/4 arm slot. Two-seam fastball at 73-74 showed some sinking action. Also commanded a slider with short break at 67-69 and a changeup with good sell at 64-66.

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