Seth Daly
Seth Daly
Seth Daly

CLASS OF 2019

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OF

Seth
Daly

Rhode Island College
Ep (HS) • RI
5-10 • 170LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Baysox

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3/4/18

5-foot-10, 170-pound, strong, thick durable pitchers frame. The shoulders and back are wide, has strength throughout. A two way player, projects for me more off the mound. This right-hander, has a simple, good gather delivery, stride foot is inline with target, gets squared up on release, attacks and pounds the strike zone. The arm works out of a ¾ slot, it’s short and clean on the backside, has some quickness out front on release. The fastball reached 81 mph, with good action to arm side, located it to the bottom part of the zone. The breaking ball is his top pitch, more of slurve touching 70 mph, has depth and tilt to it. Showed feel for the changeup at 71-72 mph. Times to the plate work at 1.22, look for the velocity to continue to improve. At the plate, hits from the left side, slightly open stance, swing is down to level to up, gets through it and sprays line drives to all fields. The tee exit velocity was clocked at 79 mph and ran the 60 yard-dash at 7.64. Defensively, threw 80 mph from outfield from a natural ¾ slot. The footwork and transfer are accurate and quick, gains ground, steps through hard. Throws are on a line, with good direction, giving the receiver something to handle. Good future off the mound, should be a mid 80’s guy, with a playable breaking pitch at the next level.

60 Yard-Dash: 7.64

Tee Exit Velocity: 79 MPH

Arm Velocity: 80 MPH
 
 
 
2/18/17

5-foot-7, 180-pound, thick, strong athletic frame, hands wrists have some strength to them. A left-handed hitter, stance is simple, bat sets just above the shoulder, it's flat, good starting position. The feet are even, are shoulder width apart. For timing has a small leg kick, picks foot up, puts it back down. The swing has some strength to it, it's flat, made solid hard contact in BP. The swing gets cut off at the end, could stay through it longer, stay inside the ball slightly more. The approach is more to the pull side. Defensively, routes and angles are good from the outfield, is aggressive to the baseball gets behind the ball, arm action is short and ball comes out of a high ¾ slot. Throws were down hill with carry to them. The arm was clocked at 81 mph, has some arm strength. Off the mound, this right-hander has an easy simple delivery, gets to a good gather, the direction is inline, arm is clean on the back, arm works out of a high ¾ slot. The fastball was clocked at 77-80 mph, has bore action to the arm side. The breaking ball has good spin and proper tilt to it, clocked at 65-68 mph. The change up has action to the arm side, clocked at 71-73 mph. Times to the plate are quick at 1.25. Projects as a two-way player at the current moment, time will tell which way he goes.  The ability to throw three pitches for strikes and has strength in his left-handed swing are intriguing.

Home to First: 4.50

Exit Velocity: 78 mph

Arm Velocity: 81 mph
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