Eddie Park

CLASS OF 2020

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LHP

Eddie
Park

Stanford
Valley Christian (HS) • CA
6-1 • 185LBS • L/L
Travel Team: Canes National

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Power
88
Exit Velocity (max)
1/25/20
-
Exit Velocity (avg)
-
Distance (max)
-
Sweet Spot %
Run
6.86
60-yard
1/25/20
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
-
INF Velo
80
OF Velo
1/25/20
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time
Pitching

Fastball

83.9
Velocity (max)
80.8 - 83.1
Velo Range
2096
Spin Rate (avg)

Changeup

-
Velo Range
1504
Spin Rate (avg)

Slider

-
Velo Range
1782
Spin Rate (avg)

Positional Tools

2020
2019
60 Yard Dash
6.86
Outfield Velocity
80.0
Power / Speed Score
12.8
60 Yard Dash
6.90
Outfield Velocity
78.0
NorCal Preseason All-State (Invite-Only)
Jan 25, 2020
Position
6.86
60-yard
80
OF Velo
88
Exit Velo
Area Code Games Tryout
Jul 11, 2019
Position
6.90
60-yard
78
OF Velo

Hitting

Hitting

Pitching

2022
Fastball
Velocity Max
83.9
Fastball
Velocity Avg
82.0
Fastball
Spin Rate Avg
2097
Fastball
Spin Score Avg
25.6
Fastball
Total Movement Avg
Changeup
Velocity Avg
72.9
Changeup
Spin Rate Avg
1505
Slider
Velocity Avg
67.7
Slider
Spin Rate Avg
1783

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Pitch Ai

2022
Arm Speed
Arm Slot
Knee Extension Velo
Deception
Hip-Shoulder Separation

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2/22/20

at De La Salle - Stanford signee; Looked to still be rounding into season form, with timing at the plate that is a hair off right now. The hand speed and hand-eye coordination are both easily apparent and the willingness and ability to use the whole field, line to line is there. The barrel was a bit late in this look and his hands were getting away from his body, creating some swing length we aren't accustomed to seeing. Facing a 93 mph left-hander like Harrison is obviously a tough assignment, but he did shorten up in a two strike count and punch the ball to the left side, almost sneaking it by the 3rd baseman. A 4.34 down the line wasn't his best but gave a glimpse of his speed (recently ran 6.86 for us). There will be plenty of looks at Park this spring as he's earned a reputation for having hit-ability that rates in the very top tier of the 2020 class.

1/25/20

NorCal Preseason All-State: Eddie had another great summer being one of the better hitters at the Area Code Games for NorCal and the feel for the barrel gives him a true carrying tool to the next level. Running a 6.86 60yd shows he’s a top end athlete and that athleticism shows up in the swing as he keeps his hands inside the baseball controlling the barrel and using his fast hands to spray the ball all around the field. In the OF he moves well and is able to work behind the baseball catching it above his head and going into a compact arm swing. The arm fits the middle of the OF being very accurate with throws; was regularly online to each of the bases. If he gets to Stanford should be a regular atop the Cardinal lineup

4/12/19

At St. Francis - Stanford Commit. Lean and long frame that has space for more strength. Park put together great AB’s and produced consistent hard contact all day. On base three times reaching on an error to start the game before a 2B off the top of the RCF fence and 1B to RF. Compact swing with direct hand path showing the ability to work on upwards path to drive the ball to the right side. Quick first step on the bases with strong base running ability and reads of the pitcher (4.34 H-1st, 4.53T); stole 2B in 1st to set up first run. Good closing ability in RF with playable arm-strength in OF.

3/19/19

Vs Jesuit - Stanford Commit. Got the Warriors on the board with slap hit through 5/6 hole to start game before scoring on a long double from 1st showing off his athleticism and run tool. Faced two LHP who got him swinging at breaking balls through outer half of the zone afterwards and didn’t look entirely comfortable against it. In LF, made some nice plays being able to drop to arm side and track the ball well.

2/23/19

2/21-23/2019 3 Games - Park did a little bit of everything for the Warriors pitching 5 innings and reaching base 6 times in the weekend. At the plate he keeps high hands with a short crouch and a high back elbow. Park is consistently quick to the ball with barrel control that creates hard contact and is able to go gap to gap with the bat. During the weekend there were times where he showed his patiences (3 BB) and others where he got overly-aggressive swinging through some hittable pitches (3 Ks). Against Orange Lutheran he hit the ball hard without anything to show for it. Park’s an above average runner (4.15-4.29 H-1st), and used that same athleticism on the base paths grabbing bags; he also showed instincts reading a ball in the dirt to advance before scoring on a bloop to RF. His athleticism carries over to the OF where he can play all three spots, though he’s probably best in LF or CF with enough arm for both those spots. On the hill he came in during Game 2 against Carroll on Thursday holding their offense in check and picking up the Win before starting on Saturday against Orange Lutheran and giving the Warriors a solid 4 innings there. The FB is 78-80 T81 MPH with arm side sink through the zone. Park also throws a CB (65-66 MPH) with depth in it’s 12/6-to-1/7 shape having flashes of bite and tight rotation and getting a few swing and misses. The CHG (73-75 MPH) shows good sink out of the FB look and had times where he really pulled the string on it for swing and miss. Park continues to show why he’s one of the top bats in the 2020 class in Northern California.

2/16/19

vs De La Salle - 14th ranked player in the 2020 Class and a Stanford commit, got the start for Valley Christian and showed he’s going to help the Warriors there this season. He worked quickly, attacking hitters with a three-pitch mix and getting soft contact early in the first inning, helping keep his pitch count low. His long lean frame has rhythm on the hill getting to a ¾ release with a loose and compact arm. His FB worked 79-81 MPH to both sides of the plate with small arm-side run. He mixed in two quality off-speed pitches with a CB that had small depth and harder bite on 1/6 shape at 78-73 MPH. His CHG had sink with it working mainly arm-side at 73-74 MPH. He’s not going to overpower hitters, but will throw strikes while keeping hitters off-balance with his good off-speed pitches and that’s what the Warriors need with the defense they’ll play behind him. Park also brought the offense for the Warriors driving a deep 2B into the right-centerfield gap to drive in three runs. His swing is one of the best in the ‘20 class with the ability to keep his hands tight and a quick barrel that stays in the zone for a long time. Look for him to hit high in the Warriors offense and continue to do damage.

9/28/18


The Stanford commit continued to show why he's one of the state's top 2020 players. He put on a high quality batting practice focusing on spraying the ball gap-to-gap and carried that bat control over to the games lining a ball into LCF gap. His ability to use his speed was shown with a sharp groundout up the middle (4.32 H-1st) where he was at full speed after a few steps and also when he stole second without a throw. That same speed carried over to CF, where he showed his agility and athleticism by adjusting his body on a ball hit directly over his head before reaching out at the last second to make a nice grab. In the 2nd game Park jumped on the mound and showed off an impressive arsenal. His delivery keeps his hands at his waist and allows his quick arm to come through cleanly at 3/4. The FB was 77-79, T81 MPH showing spots of arm-side run with good angle to the bottom half of the zone. Park's arm was very loose with limited effort and touched the higher velocity when putting more intent to the pitches while still maintaining his command. I haven't seen much of him on the mound and project the velocity being higher once into the spring season. Park also showed the ability to spin the ball with a 12/6 CB (67-70 MPH) having late, hard spin and the ability to be 2-level strikeout pitch. His SLD (73-75 MPH) showed short, lateral cut and was down in the zone.

8/13/18

Stanford recruit. Plain and simple: the kid hits. Consistently found the barrel, and put good swings on the ball. His commitment to keeping the barrel flat in the zone for a long period of time is obvious, even with his dry swings, and he looks like a hitter that will hit for average at the next level.

Stanford recruit. Park continues to show advanced feel for the barrel, strong bottom hand keeps the barrel flat through the zone, and he shows a propensity to drive the ball to the opposite gap.

8/12/18

8/10-8/12/18: Medium frame with very lean, wiry muscles throughout the body; long torso with length in arms and legs as well. Offensively utilizes a high hands set up with elbows wide and short load utilizing a quick foot lift timing. Excellent job hitting behind the baseball with ability to drive balls into LCF with small lift from his very quick hands; regularly showed the approach all weekend with more carry that way when needed for extra base hits. Excellent bat-to-ball skills and barrel control showed off all weekend including ability to spray ball all around middle of field during batting practice. On base machine during the weekend with 5 hits and 3 walks and created havoc on bases getting quick jumps and using his above average speed to take extra bases; 4.2 home-to-first times. Speed shows up in the outfield as well with CF range and ability to play all three OF spots; regularly showed first step reactions and the ability to get behind ball and set himself up to make throws and keep runners from advancing. Above average arm from outfield with a compact and quick arm that showed carry through bags and life on throws especially during pre-game. Very strong performance during the weekend and a high follow for 2020 class.

2/21/18

Stanford commit, the lean and lanky Park is a 6-foot-0 170-pound young player with present day talent, tools, and skill and the sky would seem to be the limit. He possesses legitimate 2-way talent and on this day started on the mound and also hit in the two-hole. On a team loaded with D1 talent, he takes a backseat to none of them. On the mound he pitches with a high-3/4 slot, easily repeats his athletic but compact delivery, lifts over the rubber with balance and control before making smooth glide down the slope, maintaining good direction throughout. Park spots his fastball to both sides and was particularly sharp on the arm side. His curveball has 1/7 action and he was able to both bury it under the hands of right-handed hitters and also backdoor it to effectively steal strikes and get some strikeouts. As a hitter he has a calm set-up, lets the ball travel and stays inside it as he works the middle of the field. His power will increase with physical maturity, but for now he can drive the ball into the left-centerfield gap and show a bit more loft power to the pull side. His overall approach is very advanced for a sophomore.

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