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Shady Side Academy (HS) • PA
6-2 • 190LBS • R/R


2014 National

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9/15/13 Kleindl was impressive in batting practice. He barreled the baseball routinely and the ball jumped off his bat. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound right-handed hitter went 1-for-2 in game action. Kleindl showcased pop times of 2.00-2.09 on throws of 72 mph from the crouch. He has some work to do on his receiving and blocking skills, but his bat and the ability to play 1B as well make him one of the more attractive uncommitted seniors still available in PA.
8/18/13 Kleindl showcased pop times of 1.97-2.05 on throws of 73 mph out of the crouch. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound backstop also turned in the top bat exit velocity at La Roche College at 92 mph. Kleindl went 1-for-2 in game action with a double and a fly out to the wall in left field. He also showed the ability to handle himself well around the 1B bag during game action.
9/27/12 Kleindl showcased the ability to play two positions well. Behind the plate he showed 2.12-2.18 pop times on throws of 74mph from the crouch. At first base he showed an advanced ability to pick the baseball and a solid arm of 75mph across the infield. Offensively, Kleindl is impressive. His 88mph bat exit speed was one of the tops at the event. Kleindl displayed his bat speed when he hit a ball to the left field wall with a wood bat that shattered in half on contact.
8/15/12 Kleindl is a 6-foot-1, 185-pound catcher with projectable size and athleticism. He showcased a top pop time of 2.06 and a velocity of 77mph to second base. Kleindl had an impressive showing at two positions showing his versatility. Following solid work as a catcher, Kleindl moved to first base where he showcased soft hands, good footwork and a solid arm (79mph). He ran a 7.66 60-yard dash and had one of the top bat exit speed velos of the day at 84mph. Offensively Kleindl used a solid base to generate good pop as he squared baseballs consistently to both gaps. With his ability to affect the game offensively and the athleticism to move from behind the plate to a corner infield position, Kleindl projects as a multi-position player at the next level.
6/13/12 Kleindl had the best bat exit speed velocity of the event at 86 mph. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound catcher had a pop time of 2.05 and threw 75 mph from behind the plate. Kleindl had a solid round of batting practice, showing power potential and the ability to hit for average. With continued progress Kleindl projects as a power hitter at the next level.

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