Trey Deitelbaum
Trey Deitelbaum
Trey Deitelbaum
Trey Deitelbaum
Trey Deitelbaum
Trey Deitelbaum

CLASS OF 2022

RHP
OF

Trey
Deitelbaum

Joseph A. Foran (HS) • CT
5-9 • 185LBS • R/R
Travel Team: The Clubhouse
2022 National

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3/14/21

 5-foot-9, 185-pound lean and athletic, put together well, solid durable pitchers frame. Above average on the mound, used a ¾ arm angle and a loose arm action while showing quick arm speed. Tall-and-fall type pitcher who uses easy effort. Strong balance point. Lands square with an athletic finish. The Changeup was clocked  77-78 mph, arm side fade and action, comes out of the hand looking like a fastball. Produced a fastball that came in at 84-86 mph; shows sinking action and very consistent control with heavy movement. Threw a 2/8 slider 74-77 mph; with swing and miss action and glove side. Pounds the zone with three pitches, is very athletic, can hold runners and fields his position very well. Big follow.

8/02/20

5-foot-9, 170-pound, strong, durable athletic pitchers frame, having a strong lower half to hm. A right-handed pitcher, simple, controlled delivery, easy lift, hands start and stay at chest, loads up on the backside. The direction is inline, front leg is posted and strong on release. The arm action is short and clean on the backside, coming through from a natural 3/4 slot.The fastball sat in the mid 80's, come out of the hand easily, 4-seamers to glove side, with bore action to arm side. The breaking pitch is thrown with good velocity, acting as a swing and miss offering. Showing feel for a turn me over changeup. Projects for me to be a serious hard throwing bullpen arm, looks to have the ability to throw multiple times a week. 

7/01/20

5-foot-9, 170-pound, smaller, thick, strong, solid athletic frame. Showing strength throughout, durable pitchers frame. A right-handed pitcher, body and delivery, works with easy effort. The delivery is simple, hands start and stay low, gets loaded up on the backside. The arm action is shorter clean on the backside, working from a 3/4 slot. The fastball was up to 87 mph with life to it, locates to both sides of the plate, arm side has run action to it. The breaking ball is thrown with velocity, throws at hard slider at 81 mph, and a breaking ball 74-75 mph. The stuff is electric at times, will need to continue to progress, is moving in the right direction. 

3/04/20

5-foot-9, 170-pound, solid, super strong athletic frame for his size. Showing strength throughout, well proportioned. A right-handed pitcher, the delivery is sound compact, repeats it with ease. The lift is athletic, has tilt and gets loaded up, building momentum down the mound, lands in line with plate. The arm action has average length to it, working out of a high 3/4 slot, showing real good hand speed from side view. The arm is fast and powerful, with late life to all pitches. The fastball was clocked at 83-85 mph. Throws a harder breaking ball at 73-76 mph, showing more of a curveball break, thrown for strikes. The changeup has feel, fade action to it, clocked at 75-77 mph. Love the tempo, works quickly and aggressiveness as he attacks. 

3/06/19

5-foot-8, 160-pound, smaller, strong athletic from for his age and size. The shoulders are squared off, with added room for weight. A right-handed pitcher, pounds the zone with a four pitch mix. The delivery is simple, hands start and stay low, athletic leg kick, stays back over the rubber. The lower half direction is inline, lead arm could track longer and higher to the plate, drops at the end. The arm action is clean and quick on the back side, working out of a ¾ to high ¾ slot. The fastball was clocked at 77-79 mph, down in zone, 2-seamer, went to it more than 4-seamer. The slider was top secondary offering, 69-72 mph, had later break, with horizontal action. The curve ball was 67-68 mph, spin needs to tighten, with more fastball hand speed. The change up has a chance to be usable, fade and down action, comes out of his land looking like a fastball, clocked at 61-72 mph. Times to the plate were at 1.50, worked quick, good tempo, looks like he knows what he is doing. Continued strength gains and added weight will help in the development.


Junior Futures 2018
5-foot-7, 150-pound, thick strong athletic frame for just an 8th grader. At the plate hits from the right side, had a tee exit velocity of 71 mph. The swing is flat through the zone, needs to stay through it more, looks to cut it off and finish early. The approach was more pull, let it travel a tick longer. Defensively, good approach to the baseball, arm works from a high 3/4 slot, clocked at 82 mph, above average strength for his age. Off the mound, fastball was 75-79 mph, down angle to plate, worked it to both sides. The delivery is simple, stays on the backside, good direction, minimal pull with front side. The breaking ball was clocked at 63-65 mph with feel for it was able to drop it in for a strike. Looks to compete at a very high level.

Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.61
Exit Velocity: 71 MPH
Arm Velocity: 82 MPH

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