David Lemasters
David Lemasters
David Lemasters

CLASS OF 2014

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2B

David
Lemasters

Lake Erie College
Lakeview (HS) • OH
6-0 • 210LBS • R/R

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8/18/13
The 6-foot, 170-pound righty sat 85-87 with considerable arm side run to his fastball. Lemasters also commanded a 79 mph cutter, 76 mph changeup thrown at fastball arm speed and a 70 mph 11/5 breaking curveball. He retired all six batters he faced, five by strikeout, and one on a bunt attempt back to the mound. Lemasters retired batters with four different pitches during his two inning stint. The uncommitted senior is ranked No. 32 in Ohio's Class of 2014.
6/4/13
6-foot, 150-pound right-handed pitcher with average, athletic frame. Uses short arm action and above average arm speed through high ¾ arm slot. Delivery requires some effort. Fastball sat 84-87 mph and reached up to 88 mph. Showed good command of a late breaking 67-69 mph breaking ball. Also uses a 73-75 mph changeup thrown near fastball arm speed with some fade to it. Draws comparisons to Centerville 2013 RHP Brian Mroz, who signed with Eastern Kentucky.

2/18/13
The 6-foot, 170-pound righty sat 83-86 mph with his fastball. At times, his delivery required some effort, but he located his pitches well. His curveball displayed sharp 10/4 movement. He also threw a cutter with near fastball arm speed at 77-80 mph which showed promise. His changeup is better when he throws it at fastball arm speed which ranged from 67-70 mph. 

6-26-2018:6-foot, 210 pound frame with stronger build. Three-quarters release point. Glides down the mound, compact arm action. FB 88-91, straight but locates well. Four pitch repertoire with FB, CH, SL, CB. Spots up and mixes them very well. CB was 11/5, with good enough movement to keep hitters off balance at 75 mph. SL had a little bit of bite, clocked in around 81-83. CH was slower than the SL at 79-80. Again, the pitches moved enough and he mixed them unpredictably to avoid hard contact most of the day. He allowed six hits and two runs, with six K’s and one BB through six innings. Grinded it out, knows how to pitch. (Jake Stone)

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