Andrew Ruggiero
Andrew Ruggiero
Andrew Ruggiero

CLASS OF 2019

RHP

Andrew
Ruggiero

Maine
Providence Country Day (HS) • RI
6-0 • 170LBS • L/R
Travel Team: 17u GBG Hawks North-East

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6/27/18

6-foot, 170-pound right-handed pitcher and middle infielder. Ran a 6.74 sixty on the laser at the event. The foot speed is very good. New to the outfield, as he can play in the midd in the infield as well. Threw 83 mph from the outfield with carry and accuracy. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 88 mph. The set up is even in base, path is flat and simple to the ball. Needs to stay on the ball in live situations. The bottom half is under control during the swing. On the mound, the fastball touched 85 mph, minimal arm side run to the pitch. The breaking ballis 12/6 and filthy at times, sat at 73 mph. Plus depth to the pitch. The changeup is a 69-71, has fade and sink to the pitch. The delivery is online with his feet, plus ¾ in slot. Slight forward lean as he makes his way into foot strike. The tracking could be a bit more direct to the catcher. The post foot is on top of the rubber, needs to be posted in front of the slab.  Legit two way prospect.

 
Tee Exit Velocity- 88 mph
OF Velocity- 83 mph
 
2/24/2018

6-foot-1, 175-pound left-handed hitting middle infielder and right-handed pitcher. On the mound, the potential is outstanding. The fastball touched 86 mph, true and downhill to the plate. The breaking ball is legit, 74 mph and has plus depth to it. The changeup is coming along nicely, 77 mph. The delivery is repeated and athletic, small forward lean as he makes his way into foot strike. The slot is above ¾ and works very well, effort in the delivery. Defensively, threw 83 mph across the diamond, the footwork through the ball is athletic and quick-twitch. The bat has a tee exit velocity 89 mph. The stance is even with his feet, the bat path is simple and clean to the ball. Chance to hit, and he is a plus runner.  Big time 2-way prospect for me, relatively unknown by most.

Tee Exit Velocity- 89 mph
INF Velocity- 83 mph
 
2/25/2017
6-foot,165-pound legit two-way prospect. Worked out as a left-handed hitting middle infielder and a right-handed pitcher. Ran very well at the workout as well. Tons of potential with this guy. Ran a 3.6 thirty at the event. The glove is solid and the feet work in the infield. The arm, in the infield, comes from a slightly lower than ¾ slot. Threw 81 mph across the diamond. Definitely a guy who can stay in the middle of the field based on foot speed and arm strength. The bat has good potential to it from the left-side, tee exit velocity of 82 mph. The frame still needs strength to it. Sets up with a wide base and relaxed hand start. The bottom half of the swing is under control and the path is simple. Stays on the ball and inside it at contact, has an idea of how to handle the barrel. On the mound, very impressive for me. The fastball touched 83 mph with boar out of ¾ slot . Spun the ball at 69 mph and the changeup was 72 mph. The arm swing is long and loose to the front side of the body. The feet have a minor amount of crossfire to them. Stays with his arm during the delivery as he is methodical at the start. The spin pitch has good shape to it and projects to be a hard 11/7 breaking ball. The pitch is a knuckle spike breaking ball. The changeup is plus, the spin has fade and sink to it. The arm speed on it is done appropriately.

Tee Exit Velocity- 82 mph
INF Velocity- 81 mph


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