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Class of 2020: Top Uncommitted Left-Handed Pitchers


Dylan Hefflinger and PBR New England Staff
PBR New England Editor in Chief/Scout

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Class of 2020: Top Uncommitted Left-Handed Pitchers

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The spring/summer have proved valuable for many 2020 prospects, with many names coming off the board to some of the top programs around the nation. Throughout the year we have traveled across the region to showcases and games.

That being said, we have had the pleasure of seeing a number of solid players this past year. Prospects are popping up left and right, making velocity jumps, improving 60-yard dash times and showing more power with the bat.

Below we will take a look at the Class of 2020 Left-Handed Pitchers as well as the Top 5 Uncommitted Prospects.

To view other positions top uncommitted prospects, click below:

  • Right-Handed Pitchers
  • Left-Handed Pitchers
  • Catchers
  • First Basemen
  • Second Basemen
  • Third Basemen
  • Shortstops
  • Outfielders

To view the entire list of prospects please click here.

Top 5 uncommitted Left-Handed Pitchers

*****Based on primary positions within profile

Nolan Hughes LHP / Silver Lake, MA / 2020

  • Summer Team: Boston Prospects
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 197lbs
  • Bat/Throw: L/L

Showcase Statistics:

  • Max Fastball: 85  (02.09.19)
  • Fastball: 82-84  (02.09.19)
  • Curveball: 69-71  (02.09.19)
  • Changeup: 72-75  (02.09.19)

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