Jeremy Beasley Scouting Report — RHP, Los Angeles Angels

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Prospect: Jeremy Beasley
Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Organization: Los Angeles Angels
Height/Weight: 6’3″, 215 lbs.
Bats/Throws: R/R
Age/DOB: 22 (November 20, 1995)
Acquired/Hometown: Round 30 (2017); Lyons, GA (Clemson)


May 23, 2018 — Inland Empire 66ers (High-A, California League)
High three-quarters release; lacks significant downward plane or life to his fastball; no-nonsense swingman long reliever/piggyback starter who fills up the zone and throws strikes with use of a few pitches. Fastball is flat, but deep enough repertoire to see an order multiple times out of the bullpen when he’s changing speeds well … Four-seam fastball sat 92-94 in May 23 look, coupled with a 90-92 two-seamer; also showed an 83-86 slider, a 76-77 curveball, and what appeared to be an 83-86 splitter (or split change) with some hard, late tumble beyond a normal/circle changeup look. Timed 1.26 – 1.29 to the plate with runner on first base … Splitter/split-change was his go-to off-speed look against LHH; good arm action and arm speed to sell it with modest late movement and arm-side life to the pitch; will get off barrels some. Slider proved an OK secondary look the other way against RHH; throws it hard with some tilt and decent depth, and can draw weak contact. Curveball is more of a show-me to disrupt timing and occasionally eye-level; lacks great depth or sharp, late break, but may have some value depending on sequencing/usage. It’s his fastball that got hit hard in May 23 look; not enough velocity or life to prevent hitters on both sides of the plate from squaring it up consistently; Visalia did a nice job waiting out off-speed to sit on dead red and attack; even two-seam lacked significant late sink/life and too many fastballs got left over the plate without life/velo to provide margin of error … To that end, Jeremy Beasley is likely a low-leverage middle/long-relief arm at ceiling for the Los Angeles Angels. The deep repertoire is nice, and he’s got feel for throwing strikes with everything that’ll allow him to work multiple innings maybe even up into a modest swingman role, but a flat fastball without above-average velo or true wipeout off-speed stuff leaves Beasley susceptible to being exposed by better hitters at higher levels.

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