Garrett Stallings
Garrett Stallings

CLASS OF 2016

RHP

Garrett
Stallings

Tennessee
Grassfield (HS) • VA
6-2 • 215LBS • R/R

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2016 National

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2019
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2019 DRAFT Angels ROUND 5th
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6.1.15:  Stallings is a big bodied RHP whose throws an over the top, straight fastball in the 87-90 range.  He is a polished arm with good command of the fastball and secondary pitches.  He has a well-developed change with good movement that he threw around 77-78.  He located the breaking ball well with 11-7 movement.  Both secondary pitches are plus pitches for Stallings.  Stallings strength is his command and high baseball IQ.

2/22/2015:  Stallings stands 6-foot-2 and has an athletic frame with strong legs. He has a smooth, tall and fall delivery and throws from a high three-quarters slot. He has a short, loose arm action and generates easy velocity with a lightning quick armstroke. His shoulders are uphill and closed as he strides out online, landing square, and falling off a bit after release. Stallings’ fastball sat 87-88, touching 89 with late run to it. He threw a late breaking, 12/6 curveball that ran 69-74. He also threw a slider with full armspeed that had late, sharp 10/4 break and ran 79-82. His change-up faded and was thrown with decent armspeed in the 74-77 range. Stallings’ command of all four pitches was elite.

4/18/19:If MLB wants to solve its pace of play problems, employing twelve Garrett Stallings on every pitching staff would do the trick. Or, at the least, his style of pitching should be required viewing for all major league personnel. At 6-foot-1, 200 pounds, Stallings is an aggressive, bulldog-type who works very quickly and pounds the strike zone. In the first four innings against Kentucky, he threw 42 pitches, 36 for strikes. The first seven innings; 72 pitches, 58 for strikes. He repeated a quick-paced delivery that is somewhat unorthodox, but one that works for him. There is no hip load whatsoever and has a high knee/leg lift in front of his arms. He also has near zero shoulder tilt to help him stay over his backside longer and he disengages from the rubber early. With a full, fluid arm path he mixes four pitches, throwing all of them from an identical release point. He also hides the ball for good deception. Primarily featured a sinker ranging from 86-92 mph (89 avg) with a very narrow spin rate range of 1880-1960 rpm and an out pitch slider at 84-86 mph (average spin rate of 2150 rpm). To keep hitters even more off balance, he adds some hump to his slider and will show an average 76-78 mph curveball with good depth and bite (2430-2630 spin rate). His fourth pitch is an average sinking 78-80 mph changeup typically around 1675 rpm. Overall, Stallings doesn't possess huge stuff equating to top round draft value, but he does have elite pitchability and a high-level history of performance in the SEC (1.82 ERA, 69.1 IP, 62 H, 11 BB, 72 SO this spring). (Seifert)

10/10/18:Stallings built upon his strong finish in the Cape by working at 90-91 and bumping 92 with good sink, and showing feel for both a diving 83-84 changeup with excellent arm speed and a nice power slider. He used his offspeed pitches to record four of his five punchouts in his two innings of work. (Fitt)

8/15/18:Upper-80s sinker-baller who mixes in a slider and a change-up. Made three starts throwing 18 innings with 21 strikeouts this summer. During the spring of 2018 showed a drop-and-drive delivery with effort from a three-quarter slot. Touched 90 mph early with his fastball, but settled in at 87-88 with his sinker. Mixed in a 81-84 mph slider and a 78-81 changeup. (Seifert)

3/20/18:Sophomore RHPGarrett Stallingsshowed a drop-and-drive delivery with effort from a slot in his Saturday start. He touched 90 mph early with his fastball, but settled in at 87-88 with his sinker. Mixed in a 81-84 mph slider and a 78-81 changeup. (Seifert)

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