Michael Osmond
Michael Osmond
Michael Osmond
Michael Osmond
Michael Osmond
Michael Osmond
Michael Osmond

CLASS OF 2018

LHP
OF

Michael
Osmond

Wittenberg University
Olentangy Liberty (HS) • OH
5-11 • 190LBS • S/L
Travel Team: Olentangy Stix

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Pitching

Fastball

84
Velocity (max)
6/20/17
81 - 84
Velo Range
6/20/17
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Changeup

77 - 79
Velo Range
6/20/17
-
Spin Rate (avg)

Curveball

70 - 73
Velo Range
6/20/17
-
Spin Rate (avg)
Run
7.36
60-yard
6/14/17
-
30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
79
INF Velo
6/14/17
85
OF Velo
6/20/17
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time

Positional Tools

2017
60 Yard Dash
7.36
Home to First
4.69
Infield Velocity
79.0
Outfield Velocity
85.0
Power / Speed Score
11.7

Hitting

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Pitch Scores

Pitching Velos

2017
Fastball
Velocity Max
84.0
Fastball
Velocity Avg
82.2
Curveball
Velocity Avg
71.0
Changeup
Velocity Avg
78.0

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8/6/17
The southpaw continues his impressive summer with another solid performance. A good athlete on the bump who is efficient mechanically. Arm works well through a high-¾ slot with some effort to his delivery. Fastball sat in the low 80s on this day and we’ve seen him up to 86 mph previously. Breaking ball has bite to it on a 1/7 plane. Uses the pitch to get ahead of and put hitters away. Changeup is developing into a nice offering. Maintains arm speed on the pitch that has some late run and dive. Potential to be a scholarship arm. A switch hitter at the plate. From the right side he uses a simple, rhythmic load. A back leg guy who takes an uphill path to the baseball. Strength is top tools at the plate. Line drive type swing from the right. Looks more natural from the left. Loading sequence is similar but natural tools stand out more. Swings with intent, showing gap pop. His natural loft makes him a power threat to his pull side. In the outfield he plays with aggression, while maintaining fluidity. Ball skills are average to above average. Arm is his top tool. Has a corner look to him, with the functional athleticism to play left or right.
FB: 82-83
CB: 72-74
CH: 79-80
60-yard Dash: 7.23
INF Velocity: 76
OF Velocity: 81
Exit Velocity: R85, L85

 

7/12/17
A switch hitter at the plate. Looks to be natural lefty. Right-side continues to get better each time we see him however. Strength stands out as his top physical tool, also generating above average bat speed. Path has some loft and he projects to grow into some power as he matures. Run producer type bat. From the outfield, he approaches the ball with fluidity. Fields the ball on his glove side foot and quickly transitions into release. Releases the ball from a 3/4 arm slot with a longer arm action. Throws the ball with some definitive carry. On the mound, the southpaw has a fluid delivery to the plate. Starts from a tall setup and utilizes a high leg raise. Uses an average tempo delivery that is easily repeatable. Mechanics are polished. Glove foot lands towards home plate on impact. Releases from a ¾ arm slot with a longer arm action. Fastball stays on a downward plane and shows some cut movement. Curveball spins sharply on a 1-7 plane. Also offers a developing changeup to round out his three pitch mix. Offspeed offering shows some tail at the end of its life.
FB: 82-84
CB: 72-74
CH: 76-77
60-yard dash: 7.51
Outfield Velocity: 81
Exit Velocity: L86, R83

 

6/20/17

A switch- hitter that starts in an open setup. Gets back to even through a short stride. Hands are loose creating impressive barrel whip through contact. Swings with intent and showed advanced strength and bat speed. Worked to his pull side predominantly, showing the ability to leave the park in batting practice. From the right side he uses a more simple appraoch mechanically. More of a contact guy from the right side. Path is slightly downhill with some quickness to his bat. Looks more advanced from the left-side at this stage. In the outfield he looked smooth and under control. Plays through the ball with efficiently and gets rid of it in a timely fashion. Arm strength stood out and throws showed carry. Also was impressive on the mound. The southpaw has a fluid delivery that he is able to repeat. Arm works well through a high-¾ slot with above average arm speed. A strike thrower that commands both sides of the plate with his fastball that sat 81-84 mph. Works off the pitch that showed heavy arm side run at times. Spins a sharp, 1/7 shaped breaking ball with depth at 71-73 mph. Used the pitch to get ahead of, and put away hitters.  His 77-79 mph changeup may have been the best one we saw all day. Osmond has excellent feel for the pitch that has late, heavy fade to it. Struck out all five hitters he faced in game action.

Home to First:4.69
Outfield Velocity: 85
Exit Velocity:R80 L86

 

6/14/17
5-foot-11, 190-pound strong body frame. Defensively he uses efficient footwork and moves well around the bag at first base. Fields ground balls with his hands out in front of his body and throws with a clean arm action through a ¾ slot recording 79 mph velocity across the infield. A switch hitter that starts in a tall setup from the right side. Takes his hands to launch during his short stride. Stays fluid throughout his loading sequence. Path is compact with noticeable strength to his swing. Consistently made hard contact in batting practice, especially to hiss pull side. From the left he uses similar mechanics. Looks more comfortable and has more juice from the left. Right-side is playable but future looks brighter from the left. On the bump the southpaw looked fluid and athletic. Arm works well through a high-3/4 slot. Showed above average arm speed. Fastball gets out of his hand well, with slight run at times. Velocity was 80-84 mph with more to come. Also showed feel for both secondary offerings. The breaking ball is above average and the changeup showed signs of being a well above average pitch. 
60-yard Dash: 7.36
Infield Velocity: 79
Exit Velocity: R 80, L 79

 

8/2/16
5-foot-11, 180-pound strong frame. Ran a 4.56 from home to first. Ran a 4.56 from home to first. In the outfield he showed fluid footwork and played through the ball nicely. Very confident hands. Threw to home plate with impressive arm strength and accuracy. A switch hitter that is similar mechanically from both sides while being more effective from the left. Hands move slightly back during his aggressive stride forward before getting through the zone with above average batspeed and strength. Ball came off his bat well and showed gap to gap pop during batting practice. Reached a top exit velocity of 85 mph from the left and 75 mph from the right.

7/6/16
5-foot-10, 180-pound solid frame. A switch-hitter, from the left-side of the plate starts his swing from a tall stance using a slight, rhythmic weight shift with his lower half to his back leg in which he is able to generate power striding forward. Has a fluid load with his hands moving past his back shoulder. Swings with a more upward bat path through the zone, finishing with a one-handed follow through. Reached a top exit velocity of 81 mph from the left-side. From the right-side of the plate he uses very similar mechanics as the left-side, except he incorporates a knee high leg kick from the right-side for added strength. Recorded a top exit velocity of 77 mph from the right-side of the plate and ran a 7.55 60-yard dash. From the outfield, he could incorporate more momentum in his run through. Throws from a high ¾ slot with 78 mph arm strength. On the mound he has minimal hip load, with a controlled leg kick, using regular effort to his delivery. Lands in a straight line at foot strike, finishing with good direction toward home plate. Throws with a shorter arm action, using average arm speed through an upper ¾ slot. His fastball has some arm-side run to it at 78-82 mph, and was able to maintain velocity from the stretch. Curveball has gradual break with 1/7 tilt at 69-71 mph. Threw a hard changeup using fastball arm speed, consistently at 76 mph.

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