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CT Fury – Testing Day

2021 Team Scout Day

CT Fury

March 13th, 2021

Tim Lombardi 

Firecracker Sports Director of Player Development

Location: All Pro Elite Training Center

Graduation Years: 2021 – 2025

Coach: Joe DeDominicis – ctfurybaseball@aol.com

Big thank you to the CT Fury out of Windsor Connecticut for having us run a scout day with their players. The Team Scout Day was completed on March 13th, 2021 at the All Pro Elite Training Center located at 701 Nutmeg Rd N, South Windsor, CT 06074. On the day, there were only 2 rapsodo devices used, 1 pitching and 1 hitting with a duration of about 3 hours. All data was collected using one of the 6 available tunnels, allowing for players to go into their session hot and ready. Final participant numbers including 16 pitchers and 20 total. 

College coaches looking for video on each player can look at them through our twitter Firecracker Baseball (@firecrackerbsb) or contact our Director of Player Development, Tim Lombardi at tlombardi@firecrackersports.com

Interested in scheduling your own Team Scout Day through Firecracker Sports? 

Visit: Team Scout Days – Firecracker Sports

Top Pitching Leaders on the Day:

  • Joseph Stawski – 2023 – 82 mph peak – 81 mph avg

Stawski showed out today with his powerful motion that allows him to move down the mound well. Peaking at 82 mph and averaging 81, he did a great job with repeatability in his mechanics. The 2023 Grad also throws a curveball averaging at 70 mph, change up averaging at 74 mph and cutter averaging 77 mph.

 

  • Jameson Hatsian – 2023 – 75 mph peak – 72 mph avg

The 2023 Grad did well around the zone, throwing consistent strikes with most pitches. Hatsian has very raw mechanics that does lack a power drive, leaving a ton of velocity on the table. Some tweaks on the mound can boost Jameson velocity going forward. With his fastball also follows a 59 mph curveball and 58 mph changeup. 

  • Colin Yarusewicz – 2021 – 74 mph peak – 72 mph avg

Yarusewics out of the CT Fury produced a 74 mph peak that resulted in natural two seam and cutt action. Colin did tend to stay low in the zone throughout his session. One of Colin’s better secondary pitches was his 61 mph curveball, spotting this pitch all around. Other pitches are his 69 mph changeup and 73 mph cutter.

  • Camden McPeak – 2024 – 71 mph peak – 69 mph avg

The youngster out of the CT Fury has a lot of room to grow, physically and on the mound. His raw mechanics leaves his legs out of the equation. Consistency was also a problem as Camden left the ball low, and out the corners. Following his fastball is a 53 mph curveball, 62 mph change up, and 63 mph cutter.

  • Peter Glidden – 2025 – 68 mph peak – 66 mph avg

The youngest performer on the day produced solid mechanics that allowed him to stay around the plate for his session. Going forward, Peter looks to keep improving and can gain easy velocity with some workouts. Also in his repertoire is a 52 mph curveball.

Hitting Leaders on the Day:

  • Joseph Stawski – 2023 – 88 mph peak – 71 mph Avg

Joseph Stawski finds himself at the number one spot again for the CT Fury. Stawski’s high leg kick generates a powerful swing that he batted all around the cage. At 5’9 155 LBS, he plays shortstop and 3B for the Fury. Throughout his session, balance seemed to be a problem caused by power generation. Workouts in the weight room and the right diet can help him quickly. 

  • Colin Yarusewicz – 2021 – 83 mph peak – 77 mph Avg

Colin peaked at 83 mph on the day for the fury, with athleticism and weight behind him the box, learning how to stay back can give Colin easy velocity. Colin is all around the field, able to play at 3B, 1B and catcher for the fury.

  • Jameson Hatsian – 2023 – 80 mph peak – 73 mph Avg

Jameson Hatsian comes in at the 3 spot for the Fury, producing a peak of 80 mph on the day. The 2023 grad’s power comes from his arms leaving a ton of room to grow. Going forward, Jameson using his legs and hips more could help him.

  • Camden McPeak – 2024 – 79 mph peak – 66 mph Avg

Camden also uses mostly arms throughout the duration of his swing. Finishing upright, Camden needs to drop down into his legs more to generate the power he’s looking for. With the numbers he put up and age, Camden could be a pitchers nightmare by tweaking his mechanics and hitting the weight room. 

  • Alexander Ortiz – 2024 – 76 mph peak – 68 mph Avg

The 2024 has a solid, repeatable swing that will help him with physical growth. Only thing lacking with Alexander is his hip explosion, leaving at least 80 mph peak velocity on the table. 

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