William Stewart
William Stewart
William Stewart




Montgomery Bell Academy (HS) • TN
6-1 • 182LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Middle Tennessee Outlaws 17u


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6/13/18 - Max FB: 82, FB: 78-80, Avg FB: 79.00, CB: 65-68, CH: 73-75
6-foot-0, 175-pound, LHP showed ability to fill the zone w/ his 3-pitch mix.  Medium, athletic frame w/ present lower half strength, projectable.  Pitches from a full wind-up into H ¾ release from the third base side of the rubber.  Repeatable delivery.  Glove stays tight to his body.  FB shows occasional arm-side run, occasional short cut.  Tight, medium downer CB w/ proper shape and rotation.  Occasionally comes up out of hand.  Flashes late bite.  Straight CH w/ arm-speed, occasional fade and sink.  Strike-thrower commands his off-speed stuff ahead of his FB.  Flashes ability to pitch to both corners.  Generated 3 swing and misses on 10 swings.

7/5/17 - Max FB: 78, FB: 74-78, CB: 64-67, CH: 63-65
6-0, 165-pound, LHP has a long and rangy frame, uses some good rhythm to move into a high leg lift and some substantial shoulder tilt at the top of his delivery, stride is closed and causes him to fall toward the 3B line upon release, arm action is long but can get a little stiff through a high 3/4 to over-the-top slot.  Fastball showed cut, curveball had 1/7 shape through the zone, and his changeup was s change of pace.

7/26/16 - Max FB: 73, FB: 71-73, CB: 62-63,
5-foot-11, 135-pound, LHP is a skinny lefty that gets very tall at the top of his delivery and gets his front side very closed off before he attacks the plate, gets some good shoulder tilt that helps him add some downward angle on his pitches, lands slightly closed and causes himself to fall toward the 3B side on occasion, long arm action comes almost directly over the top with some effort.  Fastball was mostly straight but had that downward angle that was mentioned because of his release point, curveball with 11/5 shape was sometimes loopy but showed potential to be very good.  Stewart struck out 2 in his 2 innings.

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