Blake Moore
Blake Moore
Blake Moore
Blake Moore

CLASS OF 2015

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Blake
Moore

Mesa CC
Liberty North (HS) • MO
5-10 • 185LBS • R/R

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8/17/14 – Moore is a strong 5-foot-10, 180-pound right-hand hitting catcher. He posted a home-to-first time of 4.65. Blake throws from an over-the-top arm slot. His throws were very accurate and had good carry. His position velo was 77 MPH. Blake had a POP range of 1.99-2.19. At the plate, Moore has a crouched setup with a back load. He uses his lower half well and has fluid rhythm through the swing. Blake uses the middle of the field and hits line drives. He had an exit velo of 82 MPH.
2/23/14 – Moore is a well-built 5-foot-10, 185-pound catcher.  Moore recorded pop-times between 1.91 and 2.03 with good arm strength at 81 MPH.  Moore’s throws were very accurate to the base with a clean glove-to-hand exchange.   Offensively, Moore has a short, quick path with good extension.  He has a gap-to-gap approach with signs of power.  He uses a toe-top to create power, and an 86 exit velo.  He ran an 4.5 home-to-first.
2/17/14 – Moore is a strong 5-foot-10 185-pound catcher with pop times between 1.97 and 2.00.  He showed good arm strength with an 83 MPH positional velo.  Moore is showing improvement with footwork and exchange.  His throws were mostly accurate to the bag with a clean glove to hand exchange.  Offensively, Moore has a short, quick path with good extension.  He has a gap-to-gap approach with signs of power.  He uses a toe-top to create power, and an 89 exit velo.  Moore has a smooth acceleration with little wasted movement and runs a 4.52 home-to-first.
7/10/13: Moore is a solidly built 5-foot-10, 175-pound catcher who threw pop times in the 2.02-2.03 range, with accuracy and a top throw of 80-mph from the crouch. With slightly quicker footwork, Moore should see a decrease in his pop time. Moore receives well with a firm wrist and soft hands, and shows to be an effective blocker. At the plate, Moore has strong hands, creating some barrel whip through the zone that produces hard line droves with some backspin carry. He has little wasted movement in the batters box. Additionally, Moore ran a 7.23 60

2/16/13: Moore is a strong-bodied 5-foot-10, 180-pound multi positional player. In the outfield, Moore was quick to the baseball and kept his momentum toward his target. He showed a quick arm and recorded the top throw of 87-mph. During bullpen sessions, Moore showed to be a solid receiver with the ability to stick balls in all parts of the zone while showing quick instincts and body control while blocking. Moore also showed quick feet and an accurate arm to second base, with a top pop time of 1.88. Offensively, Moore swings hard and shows the ability to make consistent contact, with some pull side power. Moore is still raw at this point, but has a lot of potential as he continues to fine tune his skills.
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