Kaiden Forsyth
Kaiden Forsyth
Kaiden Forsyth
Kaiden Forsyth




Oconomowoc (HS) • WI
6-1 • 240LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Oconomowoc Baseball


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Forsyth had an outstanding day at the plate. The righty went two-for-two with two home runs over the left field wall. Forsyth is a strong, broad shouldered 6-foot-1, 240 pound batter and used his strength to elevate and drive the ball, in BP his exit velocity topped at 93 mph.


Positional Profile: RHP/3B
Body: 6-foot-1, 240-pounds. Large, broad-shouldered frame with physical strength throughout.
Delivery: Smooth, tall/fall type delivery, involving some effort; athletic leg kick to a stable posture at balance point, efficient lower-half movement patterns throughout. Maintains direction to target, lands square, finishes through release.
Arm Action: RH. Arm travels on a long path in the back and finishes from a high 3/4 arm slot.
FB: T85, 83-84 mph. Has some natural late cut to it, some strikes east-to-west.  T2028, 1831 average rpm.
CB: 71-73 mph. 11/5 shape.  T2007, 1914 average rpm.
CH: 79-80 mph. Maintains fastball arm speed and effort throughout. Heavy sinking action, reliable secondary pitch for outs.  T1682, 1556 average rpm.

Defense: Steady hands work out front of body, clean funnels, secure exchange to a clean release, corner infield profile.
Arm: RH. INF - 86 mph. Long arm action, high 3/4 slot. Above-average arm strength for age, recorded the hardest infield velocity of the event.
Hit: RHH. Crouched setup, front foot starts open, wide base, bat wraps at load, short stride.  Strong hands/wrists, advanced bat strength for age, long and uphill bat path.
Power: Max exit speed of 99.6 mph, the single hardest-hit ball of the event. Advanced strength produces power potential; also hit the furthest estimated batted-ball of the event at 370 feet.
Run: 7.90 runner in the 60. 


Positional Profile: RHP/INF
Body: 6-1, 240-pounds. Sturdy strength in large build.
Delivery: Tall, squared start from the middle of the rubber; side steps into high knee, coiled balance point. Strides to closed landing, toe closed; prominent shoulder load at plant stemming from positive hip/shoulder separation. Some effort in delivery.
Arm Action: RH. Aggressive; compact, rapid to release point. Loose, fast arm from a high 3/4 slot.
FB: T83, 80-82 mph. Low-spin pitch with natural cut.
CB: 69-71 mph. Short vertical action with above-average sweep; averaged -10.3 inches of horizontal break.
CH: 73-77 mph. Straight change type; some fade while mostly maintaining arm speed/slot. 

Hit: RH. Wide/balanced setup, front foot open, hands set high. Loads back, strides forward, front foot pivot trigger; tucks elbow from there and casts a long path to the zone and through it. Able to generate bat speed attached to natural strength.
Power: 92 mph exit velocity from the tee. Max exit speed of 95.3 mph during batting practice.
Arm: RH. INF - 82 mph. Long, loose throws from a high 3/4 slot; throws show some carry across.
Defense: Ranges around the infield well for his size; fluid feet, above-average actions with some efficiency through exchange and transfer. Corner infield profile.
Run: 8.02 runner in the 60. 


Big-framed third baseman; showed reliable movements up the line at the hot corner to profile that could make him an asset at first base long-term. Right-handed hitter; a feel to hit, as demonstrated by his ability to hang back on offspeed, took a curveball in the zone and shot it to right field on the barrel. Recorded another hard-hit single up the middle later on. Big size and barrel feel presents some power potential.


6-foot, 240-pound two-way player. Right-handed hitter, balanced stance, high back elbow, short heel lift stride, average balance. Swing is firm, flashes power, 85 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively profiles at a corner infield spot, arm action is long, 68 mph across the diamond. 8.61 runner in the 60. On the mound arm action is loose, high ¾ slot, regular effort. Fastball is mostly straight, 73-75 mph. Curveball has gradual 11/5 shape, 60-62 mph. Changeup sinks, near fastball arm speed, 67-70 mph.

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