Kyle LaCalameto
Kyle LaCalameto
Kyle LaCalameto
Kyle LaCalameto
Kyle LaCalameto

CLASS OF 2018

LHP

Kyle
LaCalameto

College of Central FL
Kings (HS) • OH
6-2 • 195LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Brownlee Lookouts
2018 National

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2016
Home to First
5.1
Infield Velocity
78.0

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Pitching Velos

2021
2017
2016
Fastball
Velocity Max
89.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
87.5
Slider
Velocity Avg
74.0
Fastball
Velocity Max
83.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
82.0
Curveball
Velocity Avg
68.5
Changeup
Velocity Avg
74.5
Fastball
Velocity Max
79.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
77.0
Curveball
Velocity Avg
66.5
Juco 2021
Jan 25, 2021
Pitching
89
Max FB
87 - 88
FB
72 - 76
SL
2017 Top Prospect Games (Invite Only)
Jun 5, 2017
Pitching
83
Max FB
80 - 83
FB
68 - 69
CB
76 - 77
CH
The Stark-Summit Showcase (Invite Only) 1.29.17
Jan 29, 2017
Pitching
83
Max FB
82 - 83
FB
67 - 70
CB
72 - 73
CH

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1/25/21

Strong frame, clean arm action, on time separation, good extension

Velocities
FB: 87-89 (2150-2250 rpm)
SL: 72-76 (2337 rpm)

6/6/17
A talented arm in the 2018 class. The southpaw has an uptempo delivery that he is able to repeat. Arm is fast and loose, expect velocity to come. Currently sits 80-83 mph with his fastball that has some run to it. Spins a very good breaking ball at 66-69 mph. The pitch has considerable movement on a 2/8 plane with some depth. Change-up was a playable pitch. The offering showed late fade at 76-77 mph.


1/28/17
The southpaw has been a regular writeup at a couple of other winter events. This was my first time seeing him this winter. In many ways, he reminds me of ‘17 LHP Logan Sabo (Moeller/Montavello recruit). On this occasion, he sat 82-83, maintaining his velocity out of the stretch. His breaking ball will be an effective out pitch at the next level. It sat 69-70 mph with hard, 1/7 action down in the zone. Also mixed in a changeup that is thrown with good arm speed at 72-75 mph.

1/22/17
On the mound the southpaw has a fluid tempo to a delivery that requires some effort. Arm action is long and loose with well above average arm speed. Working through a high ¾ slot he sat 81-84 mph with his fastball. More velocity to come. His best offspeed pitch was his breaking ball that came in at 70-72 mph. The pitch showed late, sharp action on a 1/7 plane. Was able to consistently keep the pitch in the zone. His changeup was also an above average pitch at 73-74 mph. Had very good feel for it with late run and sink. Definite arm to follow in the 2018 class.


2/4/17
A southpaw who has made the most of his winter. Mechanically efficient with a fast arm. Has the ability to run and cut his mid 80s fastball. Once again showed a very impressive changeup that has a chance to be a plus pitch. Was able to work both sides of the plate with the offering that came in at 77-78 mph. Also spins a sharp, 1/7 shaped breaking ball at 69-70 mph.

 


1/16/17
6-foot-1, 175-pound projectable build. Slow tempo through a high lift while keeping weight over his back leg. Uses a long loose arm action with quickness through a low ¾ slot. Good direction at foot strike with some recoil in the finish. Fastball has cutting action while sitting 80-81mph and topping out at 82. Showed good feel for a 1/7 breaking ball that had good depth at 68-70 mph. Also threw a 72-73 mph change with some arm side run.

5/31/16
6-foot, 165-pound thin build with room to fill out. On the mound he shows a repeatable delivery with good direction to the plate and regular effort. Long back arm action into a high ¾ slot. Fastball sat 75-79 mph. Curveball sat 65-68 mph with gradual break. At the plate the lefty uses a simple hands back load during his short stride forward. Creates efficient energy into contact. Takes a level path to the ball and was able to consistently find the barrel in batting practice. Registered an exit velocity of 81 mph and ran a 5.1 from home to first. An athletic first baseman who has smooth footwork around the bag. Threw across the infield with 78 mph arm strength.

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