Thomas White
Thomas White
Thomas White
Thomas White
Thomas White




Phillips Academy, Andover (HS) • MA
6-4 • 200LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Legends Prospects


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The young left-hander pitched at Fenway Park this past week and he continues to grow in development.  His fastball showed good life, up to 98 mph with good life. The command needs to continue to grow but the secondary stuff is trending up. The changeup has improved significantly in the last year, as it is thrown with better arm speed, showing fade and depth to the pitch.  The potential on the mound its unlimited. 


Thomas White: LHP/OF, (2023) Phillips Academy, Andover, MA. 6-foot-4, 200-pound projectable and  athletic frame. Above average and projectable in the box, White recorded an exit velocity of 95 mph. (68.95 mph bat speed average). (23.53 mph hand speed average). Started in a balanced wide stance with a small load, then used a short stride. Bat speed was above average, had an uphill loose swing plane and high finish. During his round he produced loud contact and found lots of barrels. Gap to gap approach. Showed a ¾ slot and a loose very quick arm action with consistent accuracy to the base. In the 60-yard dash, his time was 7.03. Above average on the mound, showed electric arm speed with a ¾ arm angle and a very quick loose arm action. Up-tempo feel type pitcher who shows easy effort. In his delivery his balance point is tall with in line shoulders. Lands closed with an athletic finish. Produced a fastball that came in at 92-93 mph; has slight running action and arm side command with heavy movement. (Max spin 2498; Avg 2429). Has a 11/5 curveball (69-70) that showed glove side around the zone command and sweeping action. (Max spin 2422; Avg 2378). Has a sharp changeup (80-81) that shows arm side control and swing and miss fading action. Scout Evaluation Thomas White, Phillips Academy, Andover, 2023, MAPosition: LHP/OFBody: 6-foot-4, 200-pound projectable, athletic frame.Hit: (LHH) Above average and  projectable. Starts in a balanced wide stance with a small load, then uses a short stride. Above average bat speed. High finish, uphill loose swing. Gap to gap approach. Power: 95 mph exit velocity, average 83.98 mph. 68.95 mph bat speed average. 23.53 mph hand speed average.Arm:  Loose very quick arm action, ¾ slot, consistent accuracy. Speed: 7.03 (60-yard).Pitching: Above average. Up-tempo feel delivery, easy effort. ¾ arm angle, electric arm speed, very quick loose arm action. Consistent balance point, in line shoulders, lands closed, an athletic finish.FB: T93. 92-93 mph. (Max spin 2498;  Avg 2429). Arm side accuracy, slight running action, heavy movement. CB: 69-70 mph. Glove side around the zone command, sweeping action, 11/5 shape. (Max spin 2422; Avg 2378). CH: 80-81 mph. Arm side control, swing and miss fading action, sharp movement. 


Future Games

6-foot-4, 190-pound left-handed pitcher and left-handed hitting outfielder. On the mound, the fastball touched 93 mph with plus life and action to it. The spin pitch is a slider, sitting 71-72 mph, as it needs to be thrown with more fastball hand speed. The shape of it is solid, he just needs to cut it loose. The changeup is a solid pitch, sitting 76-77 mph. The delivery is online and the slot is super loose, above 3/4. The lift is repeated, solid in tempo and he stays soft with the front side. The extension to the plate is outstanding as he stays with his arm. His stuff is serious and he showed good command of his pitches. Positionally, he threw 91 mph from the outfield with carry and accuracy. He hosed a guy at the plate in the game. The bat has an exit velocity of 102 mph. The setup is wide in base and he uses a pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches. The path is long to contact.

Exit Velocity- 102 mph

OF Velocity- 91 mph


6-foot-4, 190-pound left-handed pitcher and outfielder. On the mound, the fastball was explosive and active, sitting at 92 mph. The spin pitch is solid in shape, it sat at 68-69 mph. The pitch is solid in shape. The changeup is 70-72 mph with fade and sink. The delivery is online with the feet and slot is slightly above 3/4. The arm is ultra quick and free in motion. The lift is athletic, stays on time with his posture and the glove side is posted. The tracking of the front shoulder is excellent. The approach in the outfield is athletic and online, he threw 91 mph during the outfield portion of the workout. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 89 mph. The setup is wide in base and the bottom half is under control. The path is flat to contact and he accelerates his hands through contact. 

Tee Exit Velocity- 89 mph

OF Velocity - 91 mph


6-foot-2, 180-pound left-handed pitcher. The frame is thin, the arms are long and lanky. The athleticsm is excellent and he shows feel for his body. The delivery has crossfire to the feet causing deception and a plus angle to the hitter. The arm works clean, slightly higher than 3/4 in slot. The tempo of the delivery is solid and he repeats the action. He is still growing into his frame, so the addition of weight and physical strength should put him in a class by himself as he matures. The fastball sits 88-90 mph with arm side action to it. The spin pitch is slurvy in shape, sitting 71-73 mph. The changeup is a developing pitch for him, sitting 74-75 mph.  One of the better 2023 pitchers in the United States of America


6-foot-2, 180-pound left-handed pitcher. Was outstanding at the event. The fastball touched 85 mph, arm side action to the pitch. The slider is his spin pitch, sitting at 66 mph, small in shape. The changeup had action and fade to it, sitting at 72 mph. The delivery is online with the feet, the slot is above 3.4 and loose. The tracking is done well and the ball gets out front. The front side is soft and posted. The stuff projects through the roof. Positionally, threw 87 mph from the outfield out of an aggressive approach. The bat has a tee exit velocity of 87 mph. The setup is even in base, the front foot steps into the swing. The path is flat and strong to contact. Big time prospect across the board.

Tee Exit Velocity- 87mph
OF Velocity- 87 mph

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