Lenny Torres




St. John's
Beacon (HS) • NY
6-1 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Cadets Baseball Academy


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2018 DRAFT Cleveland Indians ROUND 1
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May 2018
Athletic, elastic athlete with explosive actions. The RHP dialed it up to 94-95 MPH in the first inning before settling in at 92-94 MPH. At times flashed a sharp, 2-plane slider in the 81-83 MPH range but had trouble repeating in game. Mixed several change ups at 86-87 with some sink; almost a “power change” that acts more like a heavy FB. Mechanically can get upright with his finish along with some cross fire from a closed off stride. Command wavered but has been extremely efficient to date.  
7/10/17 - Named to Team USA 18U trials roster.
7/1/17 - Made his second appearance, allowing a hit and striking out four in two innings. His fastball ranged from 93-96, sitting mostly at 95.
6/28/17 - pitched strictly from the windup and showed a live arm, touching 95 and sitting 91-94. There is finish to his fastball, though he left it up quite a bit. He snapped off one curveball with sharp break and depth. It sat 83-85.
June 2017

Up to 92-94 MPH with Slider checking in at 84 MPH.
Summer 2016 
Recently watched Torres compete this summer showing increased gains from winter-workouts. Fastball sat 87-89, popped a few 90's from an extremely quick, athletic arm action. His wiry frame at 6-foot-1, 175-pounds still shows signs of development, high-end prospect to keep a close eye on.

December 19, 2015
Looks to have grown a few inches since August.  Offensively- Hits from a spread setup with minimal timing actions. Tends to overswing and lift at times. Once his legs are underneath he'll be able to shorten his swing path and be a force. Pitching-  Lot's of life in the arm, ball jumps out of his hand from a 3/4 slot. Tends to close off his stride contributing to some crossfire action. Needs to repeat delivery better but the tools are there. Threw a few late action sliders with good tilt.
August 29, 2015
Impressive dual player. On the mound he sat 84-86 MPH with a sinking 2S fastball at 83 MPH. Slider in the 76-77 MPH range. Loose and free actions. Best athlete on the field, would need to see more as a position player for a projection range.  
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