Jake Mancini
Jake Mancini
Jake Mancini

CLASS OF 2018

LHP

Jake
Mancini

Circleville (HS) • OH
5-10 • 180LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Brownlee Lookouts

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2018 National

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2018 State

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Statistics

Pitching
79
Max FB
76 - 79
FB
64 - 67
CB
64 - 69
CH
Pitching
Max FB
79
FB
76 - 79
CB
63 - 67
CH
64 - 69

Comments

8/6/17

A left-handed pitching prospect that continues to impress with pitchability. Throws all of his offerings for strikes, using them in any count. Delivery has good tempo to it, requiring little effort. Arm is long and clean. Fastball was mostly true through the zone with slight run. His go to secondary offering was the breaking ball. Spins it well, on a 1/7 plane. The pitch has some sharpness to it and has more than enough action to miss barrels. Also showed a playable changeup. The offering has potential and should grow into an above average offering.

FB: 73-76
CB: 64-65
CH: 61-62


6/20/17
On the mound the southpaw has an uptempo delivery that requires some effort. Turns body inward at balance point to create momentum and deception. Arm action is long with some looseness to it. Works through a near high-¾ slot with some arm speed. Really impressed with his pitchability, showing command of all three offerings. Throws any of his pitches at any count.  Fastball has some run to it while sitting 76-79 mph. Breaking ball has sharpness to it on a 1/7 plane at 63-67 mph. Uses it do backdoor righties or break it into their back foot. Maintains fastball arm speed on his 64-69 mph changeup. The pitch showed late fade to it.

2/13/16
5-foot-9, 185-pound average build. On the mound the southpaw uses a slower tempo to a delivery that requires some regular effort. Stays tall as he gets to his balance point and creates good direction towards home plate. Arm has looseness to it and he should see easy gains in velocity once he learns to use lower half more efficiently. From a high-3/4 slot his fastball sat 73-74 with natural arm side run. His curveball had gradual break with a 1/7 shape at 64-65 mph. His changeup was his best offspeed pitch as it had run and sink at 63-64 mph.  
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