J.J. Spehrley
J.J. Spehrley
J.J. Spehrley
J.J. Spehrley

CLASS OF 2016

RHP
3B

J.J.
Spehrley

Bloomsburg University
Pottsville Area (HS) • PA
5-11 • 170LBS • R/R

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2/15/15 Spehrley starts with a deliberate wind-up into a slight hip coil over the rubber. He stays on-line well to the plate and pitches from a three-quarter slot with a low elbow. He complemented his four-seam fastball with a two-seam version that showed solid, late tailing action. Spehrley exhibited a good feel for his change-up with sink and occasional fade. While he has shown some command of it in the past, his curveball tended to stay armside and back up on him on this occasion.
2/16/14 Spehrley has sound, repeatable mechanics and sat 78-80 out of a high 3/4 arm slot. The 5-foot-11, 165-pound righty is a strike thrower that also showed a feel for a 67 mph 11/5 breaking curveball and a changeup with some arm side run at 70 mph. Sperhley has an athletic frame and is likely to see continued velocity gains as his body matures.
7/30/13 Spehrley is a 5-foot-11, 160-pound RHP that sat 77-79 out of a high 3/4 arm slot during his three innings of work. The righty also showed command of a 68 mph 11/5 breaking curveball. Spehrley yielded four hits and an unearned run, while striking out one. His athletic frame should continue to mature leading to additional velocity in years to come.
6/19/13 Spehrley showcased a fastball that sat 76-77 out of a high 3/4 arm slot. The 5-foot-11, 160-pound righty pounded the strike zone and showed the best changeup of the day. Spehrley's changeup sat 67-68 with some arm side run at fastball arm speed. He also commanded an 11/5 breaking curveball at 63 mph. Spehrley has solid, repeatable mechanics and an athletic frame that will likely lead to velocity increases in the coming years.
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