Matthew Belleavoine
Matthew Belleavoine
Matthew Belleavoine
Matthew Belleavoine
Matthew Belleavoine




Smithfield (HS) • RI
6-3 • 225LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Bay Sox 17U Prospects


2022 National

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6-foot-3, 225-pound, strong, wide, large, athletic frame, showing strength throughout. A smooth, left-handed hitter, who displayed monster juice to all fields once again. The swing is level to up, is behind the baseball on contact, took a legit batting practice, displaying monster juice to all fields, had an exit velocity of 94 mph. Defensively, a larger target to throw to, feet are very clean/quick around and off the bag. The starts are smooth, with flow and rhythm to them. The arm has strength across the diamond, clocked at 82 mph. Should be off the board fairly quick. 

Exit Velocity: 94 mph

Arm Velocity: 82 mph

Home to 1st: 4.41


6-foot-3, 225-pound left-handed hitting first baseman and right handed pitcher. Ran a 8.28 sixty at the event. The feel around the bag at first is solid and he is a big target. The glove is solid and the feet work. He threw 76 mph across the diamond during the infield work. The bat has an exit velocity of 93 mph. The setup is even in base, the front foot steps into the swing as it is produced. The hands are free and clean with the bat,. The path has loft in it and he needs to make sure his foot gets down in time. On the mound, the fastball sat 80-81 mph, downhill at times. The spin pitch is 68-70 mph and big in shape. The changeup is a developing pitch. The delivery is online and the lift is methodical in tempo. The slot is loose and slightly above 3/4 in height. The glove has pull to it causing him to come off target prior to getting into foot strike.

Exit Velocity- 93 mph

INF Velocity- 76 mph


6-foot-2, 190 pounds, thick frame with present strength in the lower half. Back can carry more strength without sacrificing athleticism. Ran a 8.34 sixty yard dash. A left-handed hitter, Belleavoine’s feet set even in the box, with a balanced base a little more than shoulder width apart. The hands work high in tandem with a small step into the swing. Showed bat control with a level-up swing, more line drive oriented, though there is some untapped raw power in the profile. His tee exit velocity was clocked at 79 MPH, a measurable that should continue to spike in the coming years. Working out at first base, Belleavoine showed off an average glove. Short, whippy arm action throwing from a ¾ to high ¾ slot. Throws measured at 66 MPH across the diamond. Needs to improve foot speed and quickness in the actions moving forward. Overall, an interesting corner profile, where the hit tool plays up over the power for now. If he begins tapping into the strength in game situations will establish him as a premium first base prospect.

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