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Apr 30, 2005 - May 01, 2005   White
  13

Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium - Cedar Rapids, IA
Scott Matyas
RHP SS 6-4 205   R/R

FB
86
60
7.59
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
86
CB
70
SL
CH
79
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
Maytas is a big and strong 6-4 junior right handed pitcher from Wisconsin. We’d heard he was throwing in the mid to upper 80’s in the Wisconsin Spring League and he threw very well in Cedar Rapids, too. He’s really improved since this time last year. Maytas has a balanced delivery with good extension in his arm action and good leverage and plane to the plate from a high ¾’s release point. He does a good job of both repeating his delivery and of maintaining his stuff from the stretch and from inning to inning. Maytas’ fastball was 85-86 mph consistently and he would get some very nice cutting action to it occasionally. We’re not sure whether this was intentional or not but it could be a great future weapon for him, whether as a cut fastball or a potential slider. Maytas’ curveball was a quality pitch at 70 mph, with a big 11/5 break and tight spin. His upper 70’s change up needs some work still. Overall, Maytas is a young pitcher who should keep improving. Maytas is a good student.
PG Grade 8.5




Mar 28, 2005 - Apr 26, 2005   PG Wisconsin Cedar
  18

Various Ballparks- WI - -, WI
Scott Matyas
RHP SS 6-4 205   R/R

FB
60
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
CB
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance




May 01, 2004 - May 02, 2004   Navy
  25

Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium - Cedar Rapids, IA
Scott Matyas
RHP SS 6-3 192   R/R

FB
83
60
8.06
40
OF
IF
1B
C
Pop
Range
83
CB
64
SL
CH
Split
Knuckle
Exit Velo
Distance
RHP Scott Matyas: Matyas is a young sophomore right handed pitcher from Wisconsin who appears bigger than his listed 6-3, 192 lb. size. We understand that he’s a top young quarterback prospect, which is easy to believe because he could be a very good young right handed pitching prospect, too. Matyas throws from a good balanced delivery and a high ¾’s release point that gives his pitches good downward plane to the plate. He was 81-82 mph on his fastball at the Showcase but we saw him up to 85 mph during the Spring League games earlier this year. Matyas also throws a curveball that has good spin and rotation to it. How he develops as a baseball player will obviously be linked to his football career, but Matyas has the potential to be a 6-5, 225 lb type right handed power pitcher down the road if he chooses to pursue it.
PG Grade 9.0