Jonathan Bautista
Jonathan Bautista
Jonathan Bautista
Jonathan Bautista

CLASS OF 2021

RHP
SS

Jonathan
Bautista

Pittsburgh
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (HS) • PA
6-2 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Anderson Monarchs/Philadelphia R.B.I

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2021 National

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2/13/21

Physical: Strong and athletic 6-foot-2, 200LBS frame. Broad shouldered Pitt commit who projects to be a power arm. 

Pitching: Out of the windup sets up squared to the plate with both heels near the rubber. Utilizes a rocker step, working into a leg lift up to chest height. Leg lift remains compact and close to body. Leg works down and out in a relatively straight line towards home plate. Maintains balance well throughout delivery and arm is low effort. The arm action is clean and works without restriction. Releases from a high 3/4 arm slot. During the ProCase ran the FB up to 91MPH, while sitting 89-91MPH. 

6/15/20

Physical: Long, solid, projectable 6-foot-2, 200-pound frame

Pitching: Sets up on the first base side of the rubber and gets into his delivery by bringing his hands above his head. He comes set with a higher leg kick and taps the ball in his glove before his moderate arm swing and release out of a power, high ¾ arm slot.

Fastball: One of the better heaters at the entire event, he touched 91 and was sitting in the 88-90 mph range with some arm side life late.

Curveball: 11-5 shape with some late bite, shows signs of being a quality second offering.

Changeup: Thrown with deceptive arm speed out of a similar window to the fastball, showed some late fade.

2/23/20

6-foot-2, 200-pound right-hander with a mature, athletic frame with proportional strength. Sat 89-92 from a 3/4 arm slot with a clean, repeatable delivery. Two-seam fastball shows heavy arm-side run and sink at 89-90 while four-seam fastball has late life in the zone. Curveball is in development, but at its best shows solid depth at 74-76 with 11/5 rotation. The breaking ball has better shape out of the stretch when he stays closed longer. Changeup at 82-83 is thrown with solid arm speed and consistent sink. High end prospect on the mound with the potential to be an early round draft pick if secondary offerings become more refined.

12/28/19

6-foot-2, 200-pounder has a mature frame with a strong lower half and room to continue adding strength over the next few years. He sat 89-91 out of a 3/4 arm slot with an easy, loose arm action with late life to his fastball. Four seamer had riding action at 90-91 while two seamer was heavy with fade at 89-90. The uncommitted junior held his velocity out of the stretch. Curveball showed 11/5 shape with above average spin rate sitting 76-78. Changeup is a quality third pitch at 79-82 with some sink and good arm speed. High follow in this class will draw considerable interest from pro scouts over the next two years.

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