Josh Pittman
Josh Pittman
Josh Pittman
Josh Pittman

CLASS OF 2014

2B
SS

Josh
Pittman

Elon
Pittsburgh Central Catholic (HS) • PA
5-9 • 165LBS • R/R

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11/16/13 Pittman displayed the athleticism and range that make him one of the top uncommitted middle infield prospects in the state. He showed fluid actions and the ability to play the baseball on the move with a quick release and a 74 mph arm across the diamond. The right-handed hitter barreled the baseball consistently from a square stance with a bat exit velocity of 82 mph.
10/19/13 Pittman is a sound defender capable of making the routine play and with the athleticism to make the difficult plays. He has an extremely quick release and the ability to make throws from a number of arm angles. Pittman has the ability to play the ball on the move and has shown a 76 mph arm across the diamond. The right-handed hitter utilizes a square stance with a short stride and load phase to his swing. Pittman squared the baseball routinely in his round of batting practice and used all fields well with an 81 mph bat exit velocity.
9/22/13 Pittman continued his impressive fall with several quality defensive plays in game action. The 5-foot-9, 165-pound middle infielder has a very quick release and the ability to make throws from several arm angles. Pittman has the defensive tools to be an impact defender early in his college career.

9/15/13 Pittman impressed again with his ability to make plays in the middle infield. The 5-foot-9, 165-pound uncommitted senior showcased the ability to play the baseball on the move and to throw from multiple arm angles. The right-handed hitter has also shown ability at the plate, going 2-for-5 with a walk over the course of the weekend. Pittman's play during the course of the fall program has placed him on a number of program's recruiting lists.
9/8/13 Pittman shined with his defensive play over the weekend. The 5-foot-9, 165-pound uncommitted senior showcased a very quick transition on several double play turns and fluid actions in the middle infield. Pittman displayed an 81 mph bat exit velocity and the ability to be a solid hitter at the next level. He went 2-for-3 at the plate in game action at Misericordia University.
6/12/13 Pittman showcased very soft hands, fluid footwork and a quick release on throws of 70 mph across the diamond. The right-handed hitter barreled most baseballs during his round of batting practice with a bat exit velocity of 78 mph. Pittman went 1-for-5 in game play during the course of the event displaying the ability to use all fields.
2/23/13 Pittman is a 5-foot-9, 155-pound prospect whose numbers don't jump off the page at you, but the more you see him the more you like him. The right handed hitter showcased a 78 mph bat exit velocity hitting out of a square stance. Pittman uses a short stride and trigger to get to extension consistently in a direct line. Pittman squared the baseball routinely in his round of batting practice and used all fields well. It is in the field that Pittman really shines. While his 72 mph arm is not overly impressive his effortless actions, soft hands and quick release are. Pittman plays through the baseball very well and has more arm strength in reserve if needed.
1/5/13 Pittman had an impressive day in all facets of the game. The Class of 2014 prospect showcased a 4.55 home-to-1B time, a 73 mph throwing arm across the infield and a 76 mph bat exit velocity. Pittman was particularly impressive at the plate. He used a strong lower half and good extension to drive the baseball with signs of some power potential. His performance vaulted Pittman into the PA Class of 2014 rankings at No. 138.
8/23/12 Pittman is a 5-foot-8, 150-pound MIF with athletic actions. He showcased sound defensive mechanics, good range and threw 67 mph across the infield. Offensively he consistently squared the baseball hitting out of an open stance during his round of batting practice.
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