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Aug 17, 2007 - Aug 19, 2007   Gold
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Clem Spillane Field - Wareham, MA
Matt Dunbar
LHP 1B 6-1 195   L/L

FB
84
60
7.98
40
OF
IF
1B
79
C
Pop
Range
81-84
CB
72
SL
CH
71
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Matt Dunbar is a 2008 LHP/1B from South Torrance HS, residing in Torrance, California, with a 6'1"/195 pound frame. Matt has a solid frame. He pitches from a 3/4 arm slot with clean arm action. Dunbar has a high leg kick and an onlne delivery with some effort. He has solid command on the mound with an 84 mph fastball with arm side run. Matt does a nice job changing speeds with his fastball. He has a short curveball at 72 mph and his changeup has sink at 71 mph. Dunbat hits from a straight stance with solid bat speed. He has a line drive approach at the plate. Matt has lift in his swing at times and uses the whole field to hit. He has long arm action from first base with a solid arm at 79 mph. Dunbar has good hands and good footwork around the bag. Matt is a good student.
PG Grade 8.0




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Matt Dunbar Hitting 2007 NE Top Prospect Showcase
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Jan 20, 2007 - Jan 21, 2007   3-Green
  80

Arrowhead Credit Union Park - San Bernardino, CA
Matt Dunbar
LHP 1B 6-1 195   L/L

FB
83
60
7.90
40
OF
IF
1B
79
C
Pop
Range
81-83
CB
69
SL
74
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Matt Dunbar is a 2008 LHP/1B/OF with a 6'1'', 195 lb. frame from Torrance CA, who attends South Torrance HS. He has a strong build, starting with and athletic lower body that serves him well in his delivery. Dunbar has a chance to evolved into a legitimate two-way college prospect if his bat continues on the path he looks to be on. As a pitcher, Dunbar is clearly a quality D1 prospect. He showed that he can pitch and has quality stuff that will contin ue to develop. He may not develop 'big' stuff, but Dunbar should climb into the mid-80s and with the way he hides the ball with his short arm action, his stuff jumps on hitters quickly. Dunbar's fastball (81-83 mph) has a lot of run, created from his 3/4 slot. Even better is that he is around the zone a lot, so he will get bats started and give up a lot of soft contact as his command sharpens. Dunbar's curveball and slider are both quality college pitches and are especially effective against left hand hitters. His feel of the slider appeared better than with the curveball, which makes sense with is slot. He was able to throw it effectively to the backfoot of right hand hitters, which means he has a chance to be a starting pitcher. Dunbar mixed his pitches well and showed good feel for the baseball. Offensively he showed good bat speed and looks like he will hit for some power. Dunbar keeps his hands inside the baseball through contact and stays behind the baseball with is body. That swing allows his barrel to lag and square up at contact, creating pop to all fields. Keep an eye on him over the summer as a hitter. He will be a solid defensive player at 1st base and likely average in in left field too.
PG Grade 8.0




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Matt Dunbar Hitting 2007 California Underclass Showcase
Matt Dunbar 60 2007 California Underclass Showcase
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