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Sep 27, 2003 - Sep 28, 2003   Maroon
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Peoria Sports Complex - Peoria, AZ
Eric Concini
3B IF, OF, RHP 6-0 180   R/R

FB
86
60
7.12
40
OF
84
IF
84
1B
C
Pop
Range
86
CB
75
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Concini is an athletic 6'0-180 player who worked out in the infield and outfield and threw off the mound in the game. From the outfield he showed pro level arm strength and in infield he showed the same pro level arm strength. We like him better in the infield for now because of his actions and how his bat will give him more value. Concini ran a 7.12 in the 60 He is a guy that can generate some power with the bat. Concini uses the whole field with good bat speed and developing hand strength and he’s just going to get better as he gets stronger. He had numerous hits in the games. On the mound Concini showed 84-87 mph fastball and a hard 74-75 mph curveball that was a real knee buckler at times. Both pitches are college level pitches right now. Concini’s arm works easily and he doesn’t throw with much effort at all. It’s a toss up where Concini might end up, he does just about everything well on a baseball field. Eric is a good student.
PG Grade 8.5




Jul 23, 2003 - Jul 25, 2003   Red
  5

Baylor University - Waco, TX
Eric Concini
3B IF, OF, RHP 6-0 175   R/R

FB
86
60
6.86
40
OF
79
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
86
CB
73
SL
CH
75
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Concini is a tough player with big time pitching ability to supplement a potent offensive game. He played both infield and outfield well, showing an aggressive style of play, while still doing things right defensively with athletic actions. His arm from the outfield was clocked at 79 mph in the workout but he let one go in the game that carried home on a line with much better velocity as he stretched out and let loose. He can also run well on the bases, in the field and was clocked at 6.86 in the 60. His bat has some pop in it and he punished many balls, but has a little too much top hand rollover producing ground balls. He might have even more potential on the hill showing his arm strength with a good mid 80's fastball up to 86 mph and a 70-73 mph curve. His curve was tight with a small but sharp late break with it. Both pitches are good now and we have heard reports of him touching 90 mph which would not be difficult to believe after watching him pitch in Waco. He is a follow and needs to be watched very closely.
PG Grade 8.0