Tyler Hartley
Tyler Hartley

CLASS OF 2022

RHP
2B

Tyler
Hartley

Xavier (HS) • CT
6-2 • 170LBS • R/R
Travel Team: CT Cougars

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2022 National

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3/17/21

6-foot-2, 170-pound athletic, lengthy broad shoulders, wider back, with plenty of room for added weight gains. Above average on the mound, used a high ¾ arm angle and a loose arm action while showing quick arm speed. Tall-and-fall type pitcher and uses easy effort. In line shoulders with an tall balance point. Lands square with an athletic finish. Threw his fastball 84-86 mph; had sinking action and very consistent command with heavy movement. Threw a 1/7 curveball 69-71 mph; with slurvey action and low in the zone control. His changeup 77-78 mph; showed arm side command and fading action. Big time follow, arm is good.

11/04/20

6-foot-1,160-pound, longer, lean athletic frame, wider back, broad shoulders, with plenty of room for added weight gains. A right-handed pitcher, with a long and whippy arm action. The delivery is simple, higher hand set, lift is athletic, stride is inline with correct distance to it, on time on foot strike. The arm works from a 3/4 to lower slot at times, creating a ton of arm side run and action. A small pause at separation, needs to continue to build momentum with more acceleration. The fastball was clocked at 79 mph, tick up from last event, look for a good climb at some point. Showed a very good changeup at 72 mph, arm side fade and shape to it, selling it well, comes out of the hand like a fastball. Also mixed in a slurvy breaker at 68 mph, will need to add fastball hand speed. Good looking arm with a good amount of upside to him.

7/15/20

6-foot-, 155-pound, loner, lean, wiry strong athletic frame. A right-handed pitcher who threw the baseball very well at this event. the delivery is simple, balanced, stays over the backside, direction is inline, getting out front on release of the baseball. The arm action has average length to it, its whippy and clean from a 3/4 slot. The fastball was clocked at 78 mph, ridding arm side run to it, creating weak contact, soft ground balls. Mixed in more of a slurve breaking ball at 63 mph, spin and shape are correct. Showed feel for a changeup at 66 mph, true spin and action to it. Look for the fastball to continue to climb, lots of room left.

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