Mike Myro
Mike Myro
Mike Myro
Mike Myro
Mike Myro
Mike Myro
Mike Myro




Blue Mountain (HS) • PA
6-1 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Powerballers Baseball


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Physical: Strong, athletic 6-foot-1, 185lb build with some projection left. 7.49 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH - Bent, crouched stance with high hands operating loosely above the shoulder. Utilized a short lift-and-replace stride with subtle weight-shift allowing for a flat, whippy path into the hitting zone. Featured easy leverage in the box with length at the front of the plate, creating hard line-drive contact with occasional backspin through the middle of the field. Showed to be a top-notch rotational athlete, recording a rotational acceleration of 31.4 G's at his peak (via Blast Motion). 

Defensively: The third baseman moved around with confidence from a medium, low-postured position at the fielding window. Accurate footwork with the glove-hand funneling inward, softly off the left foot. Displayed a smooth pace, driving off the backside on the release with ride through a high ¾ slot (83 mph). Projects for a comfortable stay at a corner infield position moving forward.

Pitching: RHP- Started off the left side of the rubber, using a side-rocker step  with hip-coil at the top of the stack. Utilized good pace down the rubber and worked into a firm front-side on-time at a high ¾ release. The FB entered the zone with heavy action at 80-82 mph (12.1 in. HM via Trackman) mixing a solid 69-71 mph CB (11/5 shape, strikes) in any count. Countered with feel for a 70-72 mph CH, thrown for strikes at a 67% rate. Two-way abilities continue flashing at each look.


Physical: Lean and projectable 6-foot-1, 160-pound frame with long levers in the movements. 7.59 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: RHH. Crouched, balanced stance with a bend in the knees as the hands start with slight rhythm next to the ear. Utilized a lift and replace stride to initiate a flat barrel path into the hitting zone yielding a line drive approach towards the middle of the field during batting practice. The timing mechanism allowed the barrel to be repeatedly on time at the front of the plate creating quality bat to ball skills in the box. Recorded a top bat-exit velocity of 88 mph according to Trackman Baseball with a max rotational acceleration of 22.80 G’s per Blast Motion. 

Defensively: The primary third baseman featured solid feel for lateral movements and an active approach fielding the ball off of the left side of his body, medium/low center of gravity with a soft glove hand out in front, got around the ball with consistency, the arm was accurate across the diamond out of a ¾ slot. INF - 79 mph

Pitching: RHP - Side rocker step with a moderate pace in the delivery, medium leg lift at the waist while getting directional towards the plate, adequate stride length and used mostly arm on the release through a high ¾ slot (moderate arm circle). FB ranged from 76-78 mph with a top spin of 2034 according to Trackman Baseball, mixed in a 65-67 mph CB with short 11/5 shape and average spin. 


Physical: 6-foot-0, 155-pounds. Lean frame with room to fill out.  4.84 home-to-1B.
Offensively: RHH. Crouched, athletic stance with a wide base, hands start back that work back more on load, uses a small leg stride for timing Bat path is quick to the ball, starts level and finishes high with two hands. Lots of strong contact all over the field. 85 MPH raw exit velocity.
Defensively: Uses choppy footwork to approach the ball, fields it with a narrow base and out in front in the middle of his body, taps the ball in his glove before release. Medium arm swing with a low 3/4 arm slot.  INF - 78 MPH. 


6-foot, 150-pound right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and utilizes a controlled lift-and-replace stride. Showcased balance throughout while staying behind the baseball showing a feel for the barrel with a high finish. Registered a bat exit velocity of 83 mph and ran a 7.69 60-yard dash. Solid defender gained ground with active feet and showed a short throwing motion with accurate 78 mph arm strength across the diamond. The righty also sat 79-80 from a 3/4 arm slot with a long, loose motion. Curveball showed sweeping 10/4 rotation with late down action. Changeup is an above average pitch thrown with good sell at 67-71 with cutting action.


5-foot-9 135-pound right-handed hitter starts from a square stance and utilizes a lift-and-replace stride to initiate his swing. Displayed a feel for the barrel when on time to the hitting zone with a bat exit velocity of 75 mph. Showcased a defensive skill set best suited for second base. Tends to field baseball flat footed. Short arm swing and quick release present with accurate 68 mph arm strength. Right-hander sat 70-71 from an over the top arm slot with some arm side run and occasional sink to his fastball. Curveball has looping 11.5 rotation at 58-61. Tends to pull changeup across body at 62-64.

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