2021 Scout Day: Baseball U CT - Quick Hits


Trevor Brown and PBR New England Staff
PBR New England Co-Director of Scouting

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We would like to thank all who participated in The PBR New England 2021 Scout Day: Baseball U CT. This was a great opportunity for 2022-2023 prospects to be put on college recruiting boards. Many players impressed during their individual workouts at the showcase. Below we have the complete statistical results from the event as well as the top performers across various different categories.

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2021 Scout Day: Baseball U CT - Quick Hits

Position Players

  • Alberto Cantalini, A 2022 RHH/C, shows a short quick powerful swing, approach more middle to pull, plus bat speed at 98 mph. Wrists and hands super strong. 
  • Michael Coyne, A 2022 RHH/SS, showed well on both sides, super smooth defensively, can defend at a high level. The swing has gained strength, with an all fields approach.
  • Andrew Keaveney, A 2022 LHH/1B, has monster power to pull side, had an exit velocity of 101mph, level to up path. Runs real well for a bigger/physical player, ran a 6.96 sixty.
  • Matthew Vivona, A 2022 RHH/UT, can play all over, smooth actions on both sides of the bag. Offensively, swing is short, with enough pop to get the baseball to the gaps. 
  • Charlie LaFraniere, A 2023 RHH/OF, strong physical frame, power and lift to the swing, exit velocity of 94 mph. Threw it well from outfield as well, 88 mph and ran a 6.94 sixty-yard dash. 
  • Matthew Spenner, A 2022 RHH/OF, a twitchy athlete, barrel has life and whip to it, more of a pull approach. Threw an easy 85 mph from outfield, look forward to seeing him off the bump.
  • Anthony Toresso, RHH/C, real good pop in the hands, swing works freely through the zone. An all fields approach, hands inside, controls the barrel. A plus receiver behind the plate, with arm strength.
  • Ben Cherico, RHH/1B, plus bat speed at 97 mph, power potential, has lift and loft to the swing. The arm jumped from the last event, 86 mph across the diamond, long and loose, need to see him off the mound.
  • Christain Smith, A RHH/C, lift and loft to the swing, hard, solid contact in batting practice.
  • Daniel Bucciero, RHH/SS/OF, smooth swing, behind the baseball on contact, backspin to the gaps. Showed well defensively, soft glove, 80 mph across the diamond. A plus runner at 6.75 sixty.
  • Matthew Bucciero, RHH/SS/OF, ran a quick 6.85 sixty, quick swing, compact,driving it to all fields. Can play all three infield spots, bringing a ton of value. 
  • Kevin Katragadda, RHH/3B, very strong, powerful swing, middle to pull side approach. Baseball explodes off the bat, exit of 94 mph. Showed a soft glove, moving well to both sides at 3rd base, arm clocked 84 mph. Big follow.