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Name FB Grad School Hometown
Hiro Wyatt 85 2023 King & Low-Heywood Thomas Scho Westport, CT
Nick Martinez 82 2023 St. Joseph Regional Nanuet, NY
Griffin Seibel 81 2023 Glen Ridge Glen Ridge, NJ
Alex Stanyek 81 2023 Holmdel Holmdel, NJ
Nicolas Lorenzo 78 2023 The Pingry Maplewood, NJ
Joey Tonnotti 78 2023 Southington Southington, CT
Gregory Bruno 77 2023 St. Joseph by the Sea Staten Island, NY
Joel Pena 76 2023 Bernards Bedminster, NJ
Ceph Christie 75 2023 Bishop Mcnamara Washington, DC
Joshua Garcia 75 2022 Bergen Catholic Palisades Park, NJ
Benjamin Raphael 75 2023 Briarcliff Briarcliff Manor, NY

Orange vs Red Game Highlights


Zakary Morales (2023 2B, Wolcott, CT) Keeps the hands in and works through an inside out path driving the ball the other way well. Did just that on a double into the opposite field gap. 

Nicolas Lorenzo (2023 SS, Maplewood, NJ) Fills up the zone well with heavy life touching 78 mph. Enduced weak contact consistently as well as created swing and miss striking out five batters throughout the game. 

Danny Witters (2023 C, Cortlandt Manor, NY) Consistently showed the ability to hit the ball with authority while maintaining control of the bat. Keeps the ball on a line knocking two singles in the game.

Christopher Diesso (2023 C, Smithtown, NY) Showed a quick swing getting out in front of the plate and working contact to the pull side. Grabbed two hits in the game, both line drives to the left side.

Red vs Navy Game Highlights


Hiro Wyatt (2023 RHP, Westport, CT) Athletic delivery with a quick arm action into release. Creates hard running life on the fastball touching 85 miles per hour with command of the offspeed as well. 

Nick Martinez (2023 3B, Nanuet, NY) Quick first inning of work with a fastball up to 82. Commands the zone well and works in a sharp breaking ball that was landed for strikes and created swing and miss. 

Alex Stanyek (2023 OF, Holmdel, NJ) Can really swing the bat with a chance to produce some power moving forward. Drove a deep fly ball to the pull side gap for an easy double. 

Gregory Bruno (2023 RHP, Staten Island, NY) Athletic free swinger with a high contact approach in the box. Drives the ball well and works to extension. Drove in a run on a double over the centerfielder's head. 

Navy vs Orange


Dario Sosa (2022 3B, Waterbury, CT) Shows fluidity to in game swing with the ability to work the barrel through the zone and get to the ball out front. Strong at the point of contact driving a long double into the pull side gap. 

Griffin Seibel (2023 RHP, Glen Ridge, NJ) Projectable righthander with a fluid delivery and clean release. Runs the fastball up to 81 miles per hour with command for the zone. Creates a lot of swing and miss and will work up in the zone when necessary. 

Nick Martinez (2023 3B, Nanuet, NY) Continues to drive the ball with hard contact. Gets the barrel head in front on a naturally leveraged plane with lifted barreled balls. 

Alex Stanyek (2023 OF, Holmdel, NJ) Running the fastball up to 81 miles per hour and working a quick inning. Also mixes in a curveball with late depth and feel for the zone. 

Orange Vs Red Game Highlights


Joey Tonnotti (2023 RHP, Southington, CT) The projectable righty was impressive on the mound mixing two different fastballs for consistent strikes with a four seam fastball up to 78 MPH and a 2 seam fastball up to 74 miles per hour with good run. Through his three innings of work Joey collected three strike outs while only allowing one walk and one hit. 

Jack Shurgin (2023 OF, Bedford, NY) Showed athletic actions coming in to make an impressive full extension diving catch to end the second inning. 

Jake Sekinski (2023 RHP, Valhalla, NY) Showed gap to gap pop during the game with a hard line drive the center fielder dove and missed showing good acceleration out of the box stretching it into a double. 

Navy vs Red Game Highlights


Joel Pena (2023 RHP, Bedminster, NJ) Threw quick and effective innings on the mound from the right side. Pena filled the zone with a running fastball, while mixing in a good changeup as well as a tight curveball with depth. 

Michael Madigan (2024 LHP, Syracuse, NY) Worked a quick and decisive first inning on the mound. The lefty sat at 73 miles per hour while showing a short slider as a secondary option. Finishing the day with three innings of work, Madigan was effective on the bump. 

Nick Martinez (2023 3B, Nanuet, NY) Really able to keep the hands tight and turn on the baseball showing strong contact off the barrel. Produces loud jump and shows power potential with bat in hand. 

Gregory Bruno (2023 RHP, Staten Island, NY) Quick hands through the zone with the ability to make solid contact driving the ball to all fields. Drove in two runs on a double down the line.

Danny Witters (2023 C, Cortlandt Manor, NY) Works hard contact to the gaps with consistency. Was able to control the barrel well and square the ball up. 

Jacob Collea (2023 C, Whitesboro, NY) Quick barrel through the zone, while able to work the power potential into swing. Drove a hard line drive into the opposite field corner. 

Batting Practice Highlights


Gregory Bruno (2023 RHP, Staten Island, NY) is listed as a primary righthander pitcher but showed looseness to his swing from the right side. He stayed linear through the zone and showed consistent contact skills while working to his pull side with comfort.

Nick Martinez (2023 3B, Nanuet, NY) looked to do damage with every swing he took during his round of batting practice. He showed some of the quickest hands in attendance with nice present bat speed and the ability to backspin the ball hard on a line to his pull side.

Dario Sosa (2022 3B, Waterbury, CT) certainly looks the part standing at a long 6-foot-1, 185-pounds and shows potential at the plate with continued refinement. His swing is a low effort one, staying short to the ball with jump off the barrel and looseness to his hands.

Alex Stanyek (2023 OF, Holmdel, NJ) is an athletic outfielder out of New Jersey who shows nice tools to play with moving forward. His hands are plenty quick and he can generate present carry, a trait that will continue to improve with added lower half incorporated.

Ronin Lee (2023 OF, Brooklyn, NY) is another primary pitcher who showed well at the plate. He employed a patient approach and though there are some timing mechanisms to sync up in his swing, Lee displayed quickness to his hands and a feel for the barrel.

Evan Baschnagel (2023 2B, Garden City, NY) shows nice tools at the plate to follow moving forward as he continues to develop physically. He stays short to the ball with his righthanded swing and creates jump off the barrel to the middle and pull side parts of the field.

Hiro Wyatt (2023 RHP, Westport, CT) showed off his arm strength across the infield and then impressed in the box as well. He shows quickness to his hands while staying compact through the zone with present bat speed and jump off the barrel.

Joey Tonnotti (2023 RHP, Southington, CT) worked consistently on a linear plane throughout his round, flashing occasional iift out front and projects well with a long 5-foot-11 frame. His lefthanded swing offers extension at the point of contact with a short path through the zone.

Gabriel Tirado (2023 C, Newington, CT) offers plenty of strength in his frame and he knows how to unlock it in his lefthanded swing. The ball sounds differently coming off his bat, driving it hard to all parts of the field with back spin coming off and quick hands through the zone.

Navy vs. Orange Game Highlights


Robbie Carvelli (2023 OF, Flemington, NJ) showed the ability to the turn the barrel over well in his first at-bat, connecting for a loud double to the left-center field gap to plate the first run of the game.

Nick Martinez (2023 3B, Nanuet, NY) continued to swing the bat well in his first trip to the plate after a solid round of batting practice. After spoiling a couple of pitches on the outer half he got something he could drive and roped a liner into the opposite field gap for a two-base hit.

Jackson Simko (2023 OF, Malvern, PA) enjoyed a nice 2-for-2 day at the dish, picking up a single in his first at-bat before lining a pitch over the left fielder’s head for a double. He also struck out three in three innings of work on the mound.

Anthony Arrechiello also had a perfect day at the plate for Orange with his second hit coming as a line drive variety back up the middle, ultimately plating his team’s first run.

Alex Stanyek (2023 OF, Holmdel, NJ) showed off his defensive aptitude in the first game of the day out in center field, ranging to his right on a fly ball and threw a strike off his back leg to get the runner at second base who left early on the play.

Nicolas Lorenzo (2023 SS, Maplewood, NJ) provided a spark to the offense for the Orange team with a two-hit performance which included a line drive over the first baseman’s head, showing loose hands and extension to his swing.

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