Robert Antonetti
Robert Antonetti
Robert Antonetti
Robert Antonetti
Robert Antonetti




Texas A&M
Grapevine (HS) • TX
5-10 • 185LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Texas Stix 2020 Black
2020 National

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Antonetti posted the top velocity for catcher with 84 mph. The left-handed hitter also posted an exit velocity of 97 mph.  Sets up low in his recieving stance, giving pitchers a good low target. Hands are plenty strong enough to handle velocity at the bottom of the zone. Quiet actions with easy body sway that should continue to improve. Pop times ranged from 2.01-2.26, ran a 7.19 60-yard dash, but the bat is still his best tool. The left-handed hitter has simple strength with easy bat speed and feel for the barrel. We have seen him hit multiple times over the past two years and he will be an impact hitter early in his collegiate career.
5-foot-10, 185-pound frame with wide shoulders and strength throughout.  The left-handed hitter made loud contact to his pullside in BP, and pounded a 94 mph exit velo off the tee.  Antonetti has some swagger in the box with rhythm in his hands and wrists, works from a crouched stance with his hands below shoulder-height and his back elbow up, he has a strong load into his back leg, loads his hands back and cocks his wrists in his load where the knob of the bat is pointed to down to his back foot, has loose hands and wrists in a compact swing, swings with intent to do damage, takes a long stride with some drift forward in his hips, is very strong at the point of contact, and has a two-handed high finish.  In the outfield he showed arm strength, topping out at 89 mph from a long over-the-top release. He made some accurate throws to the plate with carry. Antonetti hunted fastballs in the game portion of the event, and hammered a triple into the right-center field gap. Ran a 7.41 60-yard dash.

The left-handed hitting outfielder sits balanced at the plate with an open, crouched stance with his hands held below the shoulder with the back elbow high. He tracks the ball very well loading his hands back with a short stride before exhibiting strength through the zone on a flat path with a two-handed finish. The ball screamed off his bat all day as he drove it from gap to gap for multiple extra base hits. There is something very hitterish about the way he hunts pitches at the plate, and the sound of the ball jumping off his barrel is noticeably louder. Interesting to note: Antonetti also hopped on the mound, and though he struggled at times to command the fastball, he was able to run it up as high as 87 mph.
Antonetti has a strong lower half with an athletic 5-foot-10, 175-pound frame. The left-handed hitter has ultra-quick hands at the plate with a loose hack and swung the bat extremely well at the Fall Underclass Games, going two-for-three with an RBI and two sharp singles to right field. He starts from an open stance with his bat sitting flat on his back shoulder. Simple rock back as he loads smooth, drops the knob of the bat down with barrel pointing upward to trigger his hands. Short stride to land square, easy weight transfer with balance as he rotates his hips. Hands slot down into the zone with a slight front arm bar. Quick hands generate effortless bat speed and hard contact with carry to the gaps. Head stays still as his hands work on a slightly uphill path with a loose finish and good extension through contact with an exit velocity of 88 mph. This is a bat that college coaches will want to follow closely this spring and summer. Behind the plate, Antonetti has good lower half mobility and quick footwork. Posted pop times of 2.15-2.34 with a max velocity from the crouch of 80 mph.

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