Tyghe Healy
Tyghe Healy
Tyghe Healy




Merrimack College
East Greenwich (HS) • RI
6-1 • 200LBS • L/L
Travel Team: L and M Baseball


2020 National

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6-foot-1, 200-pound, a well proportioned athlete, sloped shoulders, durable pitchers body. A left-handed pitcher, who works from different arm slots, causing deception to the hitter. The delivery, is strong on the back side, arm action has some length to it, showing whip out front on release. The frontside is inline with minimal pull of glove side, tracking towards hime plate. The fastball was clocked at 81-82 mph, has shown the ability to run it higher when needed. The slider is a legit pitch, breaking ball works from different angles, clocked at 73 mph. shows feel for a changeup turning it over at 74-75 mph. Look for him to be able to help in multiple ways, will be very valuable.


6-foot-1, 175-pound left-handed pitcher, threw the ball extremely well at the event.  The fastball touched 79 mph, arm side run to the pitch. The spin pitch is good in shape, sat at 73 mph, advanced for his age. The changeup is 71-72 mph, and has  the correct action to it. The delivery is online with his feet, slot above ¾. The arm works extremely clean and free. The post foot needs to be in front of the rubber, not on top of it. The glove side is soft and he tracks well to the plate. The slider is a plus pitch, this dude has a bright future ahead of him.

Future Games
6-foot-1, 175-pound, longer, wiry strong, athletic frame. The shoulders are squared off, back is wide, has room for future development.  A left-handed pitcher, who works from a couple different arm slots, mixes speeds and gives different looks, creates deception. The delivery is simple, hands start and stay at the mid section, smooth high leg kick, arm has length to it, slight cup of hand on top of baseball. The stride is inline, length is good, gets out front on release of the baseball.  The fastball has arm side run, clocked at 77-81 mph, seen it better than that. The changeup up is a legit pitch, solid arm speed, with action to arm side, proper spin and shape to it, clocked at 69-73 mph. Throws a slurvy slider, clocked at 71-75 mph, depth and late break. The slot, could go even lower over time, could be extremely tough on left-handed hitters,  good pitching prospect, solid bullpen arm at higher level.

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