8/27/13

Draft 14 - An Early Look At: Joseph Gatto- RHP, St. Augustine Prep (NJ)

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22nd RHP  -  Joseph Gatto

 

7-2-13 - 29. Joseph Gatto- RHP, St. Augustine Prep (NJ) http://www.ninebaseball.org/Wordpress/jeff-sullivans-top-100-2014-prospects/

 

7-5-13 - Joseph Gatto, RHP, St. Augustine Prep (NJ) - The 6’-5”, 210-pound right-hander turned heads begaining nearly 10 mph on his fastball over the last year and now can sling it 95 mph with explosive, late life. He showed great command of his secondary stuff at the Perfect game Nationals, and he still has a ton of projection due to his size and arm action. Scouts reportedly were raving by his efficiency and feel for his stuff. Committed to North Carolina. http://throughthefencebaseball.com/prep-arms-chicago-cubs/34856#Vp7zJ4JvRevfV1fR.99

7-31-13 - Clint Longenecker ‏@Clint_BA   - 6'5 projectable rhp joseph gatto 90-93

 

7-31-13 - Jeff Sullivan ‏@JSully12  - Joe Gatto - RHP, St. Augustine Prep (NJ) worked a scoreless 1st, sitting 90-91

 

8-6-13 - Top pitchers - East Coast Professional Showcase, Syracuse, NY -  8. Joe Gatto, RHP, St. Augustine Prep (NJ): Gatto is 6-foot-5 and touched 94 mph. While he was very fastball heavy, he maintained his velocity for three innings and filled up the strike zone. http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130806&content_id=56048786&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

 

8-6-13 - Nathan Rode ‏@NathanRode  - Gatto started out 88-91 for Yanks last game and settled into the high 80s. Relatively easy delivery. Didn't show much secondary

 

2013 East Coast Pro Showcase Top 50 Prospects    - 15. Joe Gatto – RHP, St. Augustine Prep (NJ)  - 6’5, 215 RHP has came a long way in a year. Came out sitting 92-93, touching 94. Top of the class arm. http://www.ninebaseball.org/Wordpress/sullys-top-50-ecp-prospects/

 

8-14-13 – Through The Fence – Top 50 Prospects – 46. Joseph Gatto, RHP, St. Augustine Prep (NJ) - The 6’-5”, 210-pound right-hander turned heads by gaining nearly 10 mph on his fastball over the last year and now can sling it 95 mph with explosive, late life. He showed great command of his secondary stuff at the Perfect Game Nationals, and he still has a ton of projection due to his size and arm action. Scouts reportedly were raving about his efficiency and feel for his stuff. He hit 93 mph at the PG Classic. Committed to North Carolina. http://throughthefencebaseball.com/2014-mlb-draft-top-50-prospects/36463#mwWwsFxSUZy7YC5V.99

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