High-SchoolBaseball: Arizona Senior Fall Classic

Union City's Alex Martinez

October, 24, 2011
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Alex Martinez is a pitcher out of Union City (Union City, Calif.). We caught up with him at the Arizona Senior Fall Classic in Peoria, Ariz.

Brayden Torres at the Arizona Senior Fall Classic

October, 16, 2011
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Brayden Torres is a left-handed hurler out of Legacy (North Las Vegas, Nev.) and is turning heads with his clean mechanics and smooth delivery. On this day at the Arizona Senior Fall Classic he was sitting at 82-84 mph with his fastball, but has been seen as high as 86 on the radar gun.

Torres has a long and lanky frame standing in at 6-foot-4 170 pounds. He can defiantly thrown some weight on in the years to come, so we can see his velocity jumping on up into the upper 80’s down the line, possible topping out at 90.

Bregman behind the dish

October, 15, 2011
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Alex Bregman is one of the better-known catching commodities in the country. Playing primarily in the middle infield his prep career, over the last year Bregman has made the transition to catcher and has thrived. His frame is solid (5-foot-11, 180 pounds) and has a very good arm behind the dish. Of course as with any prep catching prospect, they will always have to work on receiving and blocking. Bregman already has a good natural feel behind the plate.

The one thing that separates Bregman from everyone else is his bat. Not being the biggest and strongest player on his team, he sure swings like it. He has a very mature approach to the plate, a good level swing and has quiet power. He is also a good runner posting 6.8-7.0 seconds in the 60-yard dash.

Bregman is currently committed to play at Louisiana State University.

Nolan Gannon at the Fall Classic

October, 15, 2011
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Nolan Gannon is a top-notch pitching prospect out of Santa Fe Christian, (San Diego, Calif). Loaded with the prototypical workhorse pitcher's frame, 6-foot-4, 195 pounds, Gannon is turning heads of Major League scouts with his potential of being a big league arm down the line.

Pitching from the right side, he brings the heat with a low 90’s fastball that has a good downward plane. His off-speed stuff consists of a good curveball that breaks in around 77-75 mph and a changeup we were unable to see as he was working the curve primarily.
Gannon is going to be a fun prospect to watch through out this upcoming season.

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