Anthony Pretter
Anthony Pretter

CLASS OF 2022

3B
RHP

Anthony
Pretter

Wethersfield (HS) • CT
5-6 • 138LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Capitals

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2022 National

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7/15/20

5-foot-6, 138-pound, smaller, thin athletic frame, showing twitchy actions, has room for added weight gains. A right-handed hitting two-way player, showed very sell defensively had third base. The hands are soft, fields out front, comes through the baseball. The feet are active and move throughout, great jumps and reads to the glove sides, starting the double plays. The arm action is short and clean, working from a higher 3/4 slot, clocked at 66 mph, all throws on the bag.  Offensively,  wider even feet, higher hand set, with tilt to bat head, for timing uses a larger, smooth toe-tap gaining ground. The swing is level through the zone, hands are inside the baseball, with an all fields approach, line drive contact in batting practice, had an exit velocity of 80 mph. An average runner ran a 7.44 sixty-yard dash. Off the mound, pounded a two-pitch mix, the fastball was located to both sides, reaching 71 mph. Mixed in a bigger curveball at 64 mph. The delivery is simple, easy lift, loaded on the backside, inline direction, landing with an open front softer front foot, needs to stick it more. The arm action is clean. Projects out more as a position player, can defend at the next level.

Exit Velocity: 80 mph

Arm Velocity: 66 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.44

2/22/20

5-foot-5, 125-pound, smaller, wiry strong athletic frame, sloped shoulders showing good athleticism. A right-handed hitting two-way player, at the plate, even feet, higher loose hands. For timing uses a smooth controlled toe tap, gaining ground. The swing is level to up, keeping hands inside the baseball, approach is middle to opposite. Creates natural lift and loft to the swing, getting the baseball in the air. The barrel has life and whip to it, clocked at 80 mph. Ran a 4.62 from home to 1st. Defensively, showing plus actions, good flow, can move to either side with minimal effort. The arm strength is above average, clocked at 77 mph. Off the mound, right-hander has an athletic quick leg lift, longer stride, arm working from a higher slot. Front side has some pull and lean to it, could track a tick longer to the plate. The fastball was clocked at 70-72 mph, easy life to it. Threw two different breaking balls, slider has later break, tighter spin, clocked at 65 mph, with curveball at 59-62 mph. Showed feel for changeup at 68-69 mph. Projects for me as a offensive second baseman, arm strength will turn double plays.

Tee Exit Velocity: 80 mph

Arm Velocity: 77 mph

Home to 1st: 4.62

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