Matthew Ronnebaum
Matthew Ronnebaum
Matthew Ronnebaum




Johnson County CC
Blue Valley West (HS) • KS
6-2 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Midwest Blacksox


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2/24/28 - Ronnebaum is a strong and well-built  6-foot-2 190-pound right-handed pitcher in Kansas’ 2019 class. Ronnebaum works over the head with the wind up, high three quarters arm slot, loose arm action, arm works, slight rotation at top of balance pint, works in line down the mound, smooth tempo, repeats mechanics, body stays under control with controlled finish fastball at was consistent at 84-86 mph,  throws for a strike to both sides of the plate, touching an 89 mph, 72-73 mph, late 11-to-5 shape, 79-82 mph, throws with fastball arm speed, late sinking action.
6/20/17 - Ronnebaum is a 6-foot-2 170-;pound right-handed hitting shortstop and right-handed pitcher in Kansas’ 2019 class.  He ran a 7.13 60 and a 4.81 home to first.  He has an 83 mph exit velo. At the plate, slightly open stance, in line stride, body stays under control, hands manage the barrel, mostly middle to pull side contact, level bat path.  On the infield, 80 mph positional velo, three quarters release, quick transfer and throw, loose arm action, momentum through the catch, fluid footwork, mostly accurate throws. On the mound, Ronnebaum has a lean build, arm works, hands work over the head in wind up, slight rotation at balance pint, in line down the mound, release out front, rotation at balance point, repeats delivery, fastball at 79-84 mph, some with late run, breaking ball at 68-69 mph, has tight spin, throws down in the zone, swing and miss pitch, 68-69 mph,

2/17/17 - Ronnebaum is a 6-foot-1 170-pound right-handed hitting shortstop in Kansas’ 2019 class.  He ran a 4.52 home to first and has an 81 mph exit velo. At the plate, starts with open stance, stays slightly open in stance, no wasted movement in load, gap-to-gap approach, quick and loose hands managing the barrel, creates bat head whip.  On the infield, 76 mph positional velo, athletic actions, clean exchange, momentum with ball out of glove after the catch, loose over the top release, mostly accurate throws, some with backspin carry. 

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