Anthony Scivola
Anthony Scivola

CLASS OF 2020

3B
RHP

Anthony
Scivola

Rhode Island College
johnston senior (HS) • RI
5-6 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: L&M Baseball

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2020 National

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6/16/19

5-foot-6, 170-pound, solid, put together strong, powerful athletic frame. A two-way player, off the mound, showed very well, fastball reaching 85 mph, from a 3/4 slot. The delivery is repeatable, good gather, stays over the back side, direction is inline with minimal pull with lead arm. Pounded the zone with 3 pitches, fastball having arm side run, located down in the zone. The slider reached 73 mph, proper spin with late biting break, depth to it. Showed feel for change, turning it over, clocked in the mid 70's, sold with good hand speed. At the plate, even stance, loose hands steps in slightly and attacks the baseball. The swing is level to up, finishing with two hands at shoulder height. The tee exit velocity is advanced, clocked at 88 mph, ran a 7.40 sixty-yard dash. Defensively, good clean flow at third base, threw 84 across the diamond, moves well to glove side, working low and through the baseball. Solid follow, chance to be a guy off the mound at the next level. 

Tee Exit Velocity: 88
Arm Velocity: 84 mph
Sixty-yard Dash: 7.40

7/26/17

5-foot-2, 165-pound, strong, thick, solid athletic frame. Strength is well above average for his age. A right-handed hitter, top tool is his ability to swing the bat, is aggressive and attacks the baseball. The approach is advanced and balanced, stance is wider than shoulder width, with feet being slightly open. The hands are held high, wrists are strong and cocked and loaded up. The swing is level to up, barrel is in the zone a long time, stays and gets through the baseball. The swing has lift, leverage and length to it, driving it hard to both gaps. The tee exit velocity is advanced at 82 mph and swung the bat very good in game play, collecting two base hits. Time down the line was at 4.65. Defensively, arm was clocked at 76 mph, works out of a natural ¾ slot, has average length to it, turns it over on the bottom part of arm swing. Throws were on a line and gave the fielder something to handle. Good looking young hitter, should hit and hit with power eventually.

Home-First: 4.65
Exit Velocity: 82 MPH
Arm Velocity: 65 MPH

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