Kyle Calzadiaz
Kyle Calzadiaz
Kyle Calzadiaz




Walnut (HS) • CA
6-2 • 161LBS • R/R
Travel Team: West Covina Dukes


2022 National

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Positional Profile: OF/RHP 
Body: 6-3, 160-pounds. Lanky and athletic build, high waisted with some long arms
Hit: RHH. Simple upright upper body set up with a slight bend of the knees and low hands. Quick and short stroke, steep-flat path. Holds hands high at finish. Gap to gap approach. 
Power: 92 mph exit velocity from the tee. Above-average bat speed (72 mph top) for his level with a swing that he extends through finish. Can fill the gaps with line drives that end up at the wall. 
Arm: RH. OF - 93 mph. Longer arm action with a stab. Plus arm speed. Gets feet under him quickly. Made strong and accurate throws with present carry.
Defense: Gets low to the ball and has clean glove exchanges. Sets up feet well to get behind and through the ball. 
Run: 6.87 runner in the 60. 

Delivery: Tall and fall type of delivery. High knee into the back hip. Lands balanced and squared with home. Finishes with a firm and straight front leg.
Arm Action: RH. Longer and loose arm action with a stab draw. Higher ¾ slot. Plus arm speed late in the delivery. 
FB: T89, 85-87 mph. 12-1 tilt gives it good ride up in the zone.
CB: 70-72 mph. Had some side spin which makes it more like a slurve. 2300-2500 spin.
SL: 73-74 mph. 


Riverside Co. Preseason All-State: Six-foot-2, 160-pounds, long limbs, high waist, large hands and feet. There’s guys that project and there are guys that ooze projection. Put Calzadiaz in the latter category. With a frame that should easily add strength as he matures, Calzadiaz put together one of the most impressive overall performances at the showcase. Posted a modest 7.13 laser-timed 60 before jumping into the hitting wheel where he registered an 89 mph exit velo before peppering gaps with line drives. From a simple, upright setup, Calzadiaz uses a slight leg lift trigger before using explosive hands that he times well with a lower half drive to create sneaky power. Drove two balls to the wall during BP. In the outfield he showed athletic actions when attacking balls and funnelling out front. Registered a 90 mph OF velocity which was second best at the event. However, it was on the mound where Calzadiaz really opened eyes. Touching 85 mph with the fastball he worked comfortably at 83-84 pmh with a loose, easy arm that’s short in the back with an out front release point. Fastball showed some late running action while the curveball was sharp with late depth. Feel for the changeup. There are some mechanical things to clean up, but the clay is there. It just needs to be molded. 

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