Tommy Fahey
Tommy Fahey
Tommy Fahey
Tommy Fahey
Tommy Fahey
Tommy Fahey

CLASS OF 2021

C
RHP

Tommy
Fahey

Trinity College (CT)
Immaculate (HS) • CT
6-0 • 193LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Connecticut Rangers

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2/16/21

PROCASE 2021

6-foot, 190-pound right-handed hitting catcher and right-handed pitcher. Positionally, ran a 7.27 sixty at the event. The skill set behind the dish showed the same as usual, throwing 83 mph down to second base with a pop time of 1.97. The feet work well during the transfer and he has the arm strength. The receiving is solid, softening the catch needs to continue to develop. The bat has an exit velocity of 92 mph. The setup is even in base and the front foot steps into the swing as the ball approaches the hitting zone. The path is up and over, creating top spin. The frame needs to fill to aid the development of his game. On the mound, the fastball sat 85-87 mph with arm side action to it. The spin pitch is slurvy in nature, sitting 72-73 mph. The changeup is 75-77 mph with minimal action to the pitch. The delivery has minimal crossfire to the feet and the slot is slightly above 3/4. The lift is solid in action and he accelerates the arm throughout. The command isn't there but the arm is real. 

Exit Velocity- 92 mph

Pop Time- 1.97

Catching Velocity- 83 mph

7/21/20

Fahey is an athletic 6-foot, 180 pound right-handed hitting two way prospect. The rising senior hits out of an even, balanced set up, with the hands set back just a bit. The load is controlled and gets him into a strong hitting position. The bat path is fluid and uses his long levers to create leverage within his swing. During the batting practice, he showed legit gap to gap juice and a top exit velocity of 96.2 MPH. He also showed real foot-speed, with a 7.1 second sixty.

Defensively, Fahey is an athletic catching prospect. He showed good arm strength, with a velocity of 78 MPH and a pop time range of 1.9-1.94 seconds. The feet are athletic as he transfers to throw. The hips get in line with the target and the ball exchange is quick. 

On the mound, he works out of a simple, balanced delivery. He is in line with home plate and he uses a slightly lower ¾ arm slot that he does behind the plate. The fastball jumps out of his hand, with late sink sitting 84-88 MPH. The breaking pitch has tight spin and shows depth at 70-74 MPH.

Fahey is a legit two-way prospect! The bat has juice, his catch and throw skills are well above average and on the mound his arm is electric

Exit Velocity- 96 mph
Catching Velocity- 78 mph
Pop Time- 1.9
7/01/20

6-foot, 185-pound, strong, durable, athletic frame. Strength throughout, with explosiveness at times. A right-handed hitting catcher, who worked off the mound as well, which is where he will probably end up long term. Off the mound, arm is very good, its electric, ran it up to 86 mph, with arm side run and cut action. The slurvey breaking ball reached, 73 mph, thrown with velocity, showing depth and later bite to it. The changeup has down action to it, still a work in progress. Chance to really pitch with some velocity at some point. At the plate, even feet, closed off front foot, higher hands, small pick up and put down. The swing is down to level to up, creating back spin to the baseball. The exit velocity was clocked at 89 mph. Defensively, shows a quick transfer, pop time of 1.90-2.04, arm was clocked at 80 mph.  Secures the pitch, showing strong hands on the catch. Look for him to be a guy at the next level.

Exit Velocity: 89 mph

Arm Velocity: 80 mph

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.34

8/02/19

FUTURE GAMES
6-foot, 175-pound right-handed hitting catcher and pitcher. Ran a 7.52 sixty at the event. Threw 78 mph down to second base at the workout as the arm is legit. The pop time of 1.97. The transfer is solid and the feet can continue to improve. The receiving is solid, needs to continue to work on securing the catch. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 86 mph. The setup is athletic, and the bottom half is under control. The hands work, bit of a lift in the bat path. On the mound, the fastball touched 84 mph, arm side run to it. The breaking ball is wrapped on the backside, sat 73-74 mph. Threw a split finger at 74 mph. Athletic player whos best tool is his arm. 

Tee Exit Velocity- 86 mph
Catching Velocity- 78 mph
Pop Time -1.97

6/19/19

6-foot, 175-[pound right-handed hitting catcher and infielder. Ran a 7.34 sixty on the laser at the event. The skill set behind the dish is very good, can really throw, 81 mph down to second base with a pop time of 1.87. Would like to see him simplify his feet and improve on securing the catch as he matures. The approach in the infield is athletic and he keeps his feet moving, threw 83 mph across the diamond. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 81 mph. The setup is wide in base, front foot open to start. Uses a knee to knee approach on the bottom half as the ball approaches the hitting zone. The path is a bit uphill with lift. Would like to see that flattened out to aid better plate coverage. Solid prospect

Tee Exit Velocity - 81 mph
Pop Time- 1.87
Catching Velocity - 81 mph
INF Velocity 83 mph

8/19/18

5-foot-11, 155-pound right-handed hitting catcher and infielder. Showed very well at the event. Ran a 4.74 down the line on his dig to first base. Behind the dish, threw 77 mph with plus carry to the throws. Pop time of 2.04, the feet can continue to improve and smooth out during the transfer. The arm is quick and live. The receiving must continue to soften as he matures. Threw 77 mph across the diamond in the infield, the glove is solid. The prep steps to and through the ball need to be incorporated. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 78 mph. Sets up wide in base, picks up and puts down the front foot as the ball approaches. The bat path is in and out of the hitting zone, needs to be flattened out. Physical strength gains are warranted as well. The skill set defensively is above average at his age, the bat needs to improve as he matures. Good follow for colleges.

Tee Exit Velocity-78 mph
Catching Velocity-77 mph
Pop Time-2.04
INF Velocity- 78 mph

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