Gabe Springer




Fairview (HS) • CO
5-11 • 175LBS • S/R
Travel Team: Slammers Asnicar


2022 National

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Positional Profile: SS
Body:  5’11/170
Run: 4.16 Home to 1st
Hit: SWITCH HITTER. LHH Upright feet together stance. Walk away approach to load. Stride forward, hands load. Gets to 60/40 weight distribution on rear side. Consistent load.  Rear side acceleration with aggressive attack, Middle of the field approach. Quick hands with high finish. Consistent balance. Exit Velo: 83
RHH  Upright feet together stance.  Walk away approach. 50/50 Base at launch. Hands create a downward path to ball with high finish.  Solid contact with Gap to Gap approach. Slight tilt to front side as RHH  Exit Velo 85 Very consistent from both sides. Would consider Gabe a strong follow. 
Power: See him hitting for AVG and potential for power as strength develops
Arm: INF Velo  75 Long Levers, but creates quick backside arc. Room for growth
Defense: Good Athlete who could be utilized as SS/2B/3B. No Pre Pitch approach, glides to ball and has plus hand/eye. Good momentum through throw. 


Springer paced the Slammers Asnicar offense all weekend en route to a runner-up finish. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound shortstop has a wiry-athletic frame with plenty of room to add strength in both the upper and lower-half. Listed as a switch-hitter, his at-bats came exclusively from the left side in my looks, but it was more than enough to cement him as one of the breakout players from the event. Starting upright and narrow with the hands held high, he separates them down and back with a longer stride before working noticeably uphill through the zone. Springer worked gap to gap for multiple extra-base hits demonstrating an ability to utilize the entire field. His loose wrists and quick provide bat speed and developing power that are sure to increase as he continues filling out. He moved well on the infield (until an injury forced him into DH duty), and profiles as a player who can play any position on the dirt moving forward. Overall, the projection on the frame and relaxed athleticism that he exhibits at the plate make Springer an intriguing player for college coaches to follow moving forward.

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