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Aug 06, 2004 - Aug 06, 2004   Blue  19
Cal Ripken Stadium - Aberdeen, MD
Evan Bigley
RHP SS 6-1 185   R/R

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60
40
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1B
C
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Jul 25, 2004 - Jul 27, 2004   Navy  14
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Evan Bigley
RHP SS 6-1 185   R/R

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90
60
7.10
40
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87
1B
C
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90
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74
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Evan Bigley is a 2005 RHP/SS from Lancaster, TX. Bigley is a quality two-way prospect with the chance to be a pro level prospect eventually at either the left side of the infield or on the mound. On the mound, Bigley has an athletic delivery, with full hip turn and good drive to the plate from his lower half. He throws with some effort, but his arm works well. Bigley’s fastball was 88-90 mph with some boring action, and if he didn’t play every day in the field would probably have better velocity. Bigley looks like he has a bit longer arm action on his curveball. When he throws it around 74 mph it has good tight spin to it and a sharp two-plane break, but he’ll let up a bit and throw it at 70-71 mph without the same type of power spin. Bigley had a very strong showcase with the bat, showing very good bat speed with good load and balance in his swing. Bigley projects some power in the future as well. Defensively, he’s shown us plus actions at third base before and showed the same type of actions at shortstop in Waco. Bigley’s arm strength in the infield is present big league average and he’s a close to average runner, too. Evan is a big time game player.
PG Grade 10.0




Jul 12, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004   Dallas Panthers 18u  14
East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Evan Bigley
RHP SS 6-1 185   R/R

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40
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Jun 18, 2004 - Jun 20, 2004   Cardinal  28
Tropicana Field - St. Petersburg, FL
Evan Bigley
RHP SS 6-1 180   R/R

FB
88
60
7.05
40
OF
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88
1B
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88
CB
71
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Evan Bigley is an athleticly built 6'1/185 RHP/INF from Lancaster, TX. He's an absolute 2-way highest level college prospect. We saw Bigley do a bit of everything between hitting, fielding and pitching and don’t think we saw him do any of it quite as well as he’s capable if he was concentrating on one part of the game. He’s a very good athlete who’s going to keep improving. He topped at 88 on the mound, but we've seen him throw up to 91. He also features a quality breaking ball. He has a nice pro swing, very smooth with some loft. He can hit! He really looks good at 3B, nice actions, strong, quick, accurate arm and good hands. Evan is simply one of the best baseball players in high school ball. He was selected and attended the PG AFLAC Showcase in Baltimore.
PG Grade 10.0




Jul 23, 2003 - Jul 25, 2003   Red  1
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Evan Bigley
RHP SS 6-1 180   R/R

FB
88
60
7.23
40
OF
IF
85
1B
C
Pop
Range
88
CB
67
SL
CH
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Bigley is a special player with good potential for the 2005 MLB draft. Listed as a primary pitcher, Bigley can pitch at a high level and also play the infield. He has a good lean body, built for baseball and showed athleticism with both pitching and at shortstop. And he can hit. On the hill he threw an 84-87 mph fastball that tops out at 88 and we have reports of him better than 90mph this year already. He drove his body toward the plate and showed a consistent release point with good command. His arm works good enough to throw even harder without losing command of his fastball. His curve was 66-67 mph and came out of his hand easy. At shortstop, Bigley showed good actions with quick feet and a strong arm. He made some plays that were not routine and made them look easy. At the plate, he showed us Major League bat-speed and a good simple swing. He is strong for his size and age and he showed the ability to break into a D1 program as a 2-way player in 2005. He is a top 05 follow that we plan to watch closely.
PG Grade 9.5