Kurt Paldino
Kurt Paldino
Kurt Paldino

CLASS OF 2016

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Kurt
Paldino

Olathe East (HS) • KS
6-2 • 195LBS • L/R

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8/5/15 - Paldino is a 6-foot-2 195-pound left-handed hitting outfielder.  Paldino ran a 7.08 60 and has an exit velo of 81 mph.  At the plate, loads hands, not stride, toe tap, power to pull side, upper half dominate, solid contact to center on fly out to center field during game.  Defensively, 71 mph positional velo, over-the-top release, clean exchange, quick release, momentum towards target, throws have carry, mostly accurate.
2/16/15 - Paldino is a left-hand hitting catcher in the class of 2016. Attends Olathe East HS in Olathe, KS. 6-foot-2, 190-pound frame. At the plate has a balanced set-up, sets hands early, no stride, short path to the ball with some lift, hands work, bat speed, upper half dominant, maintains balance throughout, barreled ball up during batting practice. Recorded an 86 mph exit velocity, ran a 4.19 home-to-first. Throwing to second base showed athletic footwork, gained ground with good direction. Short, over-the-top throwing motion, top pop time of 2.18, throwing velocity 73 mph, mostly accurate throws. Across the board improvement in the last year.

2/17/14 - Paldino is an athletic-framed 6-foot-1, 185-pound left-hand hitting catcher and infielder.  He was one of a handful of class of 2016 prospects in attendance at this camp.  At the plate he has a balanced set-up with high relaxed hands then pre-sets his hands – then uses no stride, no load before delivering the barrel with some bat speed – a very simple swing with excellent balance throughout and overall line-drive approach.  Paldino registered an 83 mph exit velocity and also ran a 4.24 home-to-1B.  During the catcher’s workouts his home-to-2B pop time was in the 2.28-2.30 range with a throwing velocity clocked as high as 69 mph with most of his throws near the bag.  He showed average footwork and a short high ¾ throwing motion.  During infield work he moved well, used a mostly short ¾ throwing motion with some effort making several accurate throws and a top throwing velocity of 70 mph.

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