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CLASS OF 2021

RHP

Kyle
Robinson

Texas Tech
Marshall (HS) • VA
6-5 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Stars Baseball

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4/27/21

VA/DC Scout Blog

Robinson is a Texas Tech commit with a lanky 6-5 frame that has a lot of projection left to it. Throws from a low three-quarters arm slot, long loose very quick arm and easier effort to his delivery. Some drop and drive in his delivery, hips and shoulders tilt up and closed, strides out to an open landing, hips fire after footstrike, athletic complete finish to his delivery. Fastball was 88-91, touching 92 five times in his outing, pitch gets gradual boring action to armside with some late sink to it as well. Change-up was 83-84 with good armspeed and heavy late fade to it. Slider was 75-79 with good armspeed and sharp hard 11/5 break, shows some swing and miss and still could sharpen more into a true swing and miss pitch.

Robinson did not start the game, but entered to start the fourth inning with a 4-2 lead. He was dominant in his first two innings, threw fastball only in his first inning of work, sitting 89-91 and touching 92 twice while striking out two hitters and getting a weak groundout to short. In his second inning, was mostly again dominant aside from pitching around Kampschror and walking him, fastball held its velocity and he began to show the breaking ball. In his third inning of work, he worked around a hit batter and a single to put up another scoreless inning, fastball was 87-89, touching 90, in the inning. In the seventh, with the lead 7-2, he lost the strike zone a bit, falling behind and giving up a leadoff single and then issuing a walk. After the next batter reached on an error to load the bases, Robinson reached back and kicked up a notch. His velocity had been 87-90 to the first three hitters, and it went back up to 90-91, touching 92, to the final hitters of the inning. He did issue another walk with the bases loaded, but the umpire had lost the strike zone too by that point in the game. 67th and final pitch of the game was again 92 for a strikeout. Struck out 7 in his 4 innings, kept the ball out of the air, only two line drives, all other contact was on the ground. 39 strikes in 67 pitches.


3/01/21

DCPL Scout Blog

Robinson has a tall and very lanky frame with a lot of projection left to it, long limbs create easy leverage, prototypical pitcher's frame. Throws from a lower three-quarters arm action, longer loose very quick arm action, very easy effort to his drop and drive delivery, shoulders uphill and closed, lands on line, athletic complete finish to his delivery. Fastball was 88-90, touching 91, pitch has a tough angle for righties and some late armside run that gets a bit of depth. Tight slider had late sharp 10/4 break with good armspeed and was 81-82, flashed swing and miss. Change-up had good armspeed and was 83 with late fade.

8/08/20

Started for Nationals and pitched three perfect innings, striking out one. Long, skinny frame. Medium leg kick, short arm stroke in the back before coming through high-3/4 slot with solid arm speed. Short stride, slight effort late in delivery. Works quickly. Fastball was 88-91. Showed feel for fading changeup at 81-82, maintaining arm speed. Curveball was inconsistent, but showed 11/5 shape with depth and early break at 74-75.

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