Pierson Gibis
Pierson Gibis
Pierson Gibis
Pierson Gibis




Madison JC
Wauconda (HS) • IL
6-0 • 175LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Pro Player


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2018 DRAFT Cubs ROUND 39
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6/6/18 - Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 39th round.
6/16/16 - 6-foot, 175-pound left-handed hitting catcher, average body type. Hits from an open setup, smooth loading action, slight leg kick trigger with some length. Loose hands, path works, showed control of the barrel, some lunge, doubles type hitter with ability to work both gaps. 86 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively pop times ranged 2.07-2.16. Gets tall out of the crouch, can gain more ground. Arm action is short and over the top, average arm strength at 74 mph out of the chute. 7.5 runner in the 60.

4/2/16 - 5-foot-11, 175-pound left-handed hitting catcher with a lanky, athletic frame. Offensively
2/14/16 - Left-handed hitting catcher, average build, 5-foot-11, 175-pounds. Offensively hits from a tall and open stance, short stride and smooth loading action, average balance. Loose hands, spray hitter, showed control of the barrel, repeatable contact. Line drive gap to gap guy with above average bat speed, 87 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively showed average arm strength, 76 mph out of the crouch. Pop times ranged, 2.08-2.16 and ran a 7.43 60.
1/31/16 - 5-foot-11, 170-pound athletic build, well-proportioned left-handed hitting catcher. Ran an above-average home-to-first time for a catcher, 4.43. Offensively, Loose swing with the ability to backspin the baseball. Compact, short bat path, created easy bat speed, and sprayed balls to both gaps. Balanced, open setup, slight leg-lift timing trigger and fluid rhythm. Registered an exit velocity of 87 mph. Defensively, above-average defender behind the plate. Athletic setup, quick exchange, short arm action and an over-the-top slot. Throws had carry and true four-seam flight clocked at 76 mph from the crouch. Pop times ranged from 2.07-2.11.
6/17/14 - 5-foot-8, 145-pound left-handed hitting catcher impressed during a solid round of live batting practice.  Open, balanced setup with a short stride and smooth hand load produced average bat speed (69 mph exit velocity).  Short level swing produced line drives to all fields.  Ran an 8.01 60-yard dash, and threw 68 mph from the crouch reeling off pop times between 2.2-2.3 with accuracy.

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