Miguel Aguilar Scouting Report & Game Video

Position: LHP
Height/Weight: 5’11”, 180 lbs.
Bats/Throws: L/L
Birthdate: September 26, 1991
Hometown: Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mex.
School: None
FV (20-80): 45 (LH Situational/Set-Up Relief)
MLB ETA: 2019

Dates Observed: June 30, 2018

Team/Organization: Visalia Rawhide (Arizona Diamondbacks)
League/Level: California League (High-A)
Scouting Notes: Undersized, athletic pitcher with high three-quarters release and great extension out front; hides the ball very well through back swing, particularly from LHH, and pitch really jumps on guys with good velo, deception upon release to the plate … Completely dominant outing in my look here; struck out the side with overpowering stuff and coupled fastball/slider together well with great arm speed, power, and velo resulting in pitch life for each … Fastball sat 92-95, with the slider 85-87, and an infrequent 84-85 CH … Fastball explodes to the plate; he throws it hard with some late arm-side run, even occasional downward plane when commanded down well and extended out front. Slider sweeps back hard against the plate to glove side; even with big sweep, though, it’s thrown very hard and looks like it’s spinning particularly tightly; maybe enough velo/life to really get in on RHH with it in time, too … Acquired by the Diamondbacks late last year, Miguel Aguilar is too old for the Cal League and could move relatively quickly in the next twelve months if the org has room to shuffle him; to that end, with this repertoire, Aguilar could rise fairly quickly and become an interesting little left-handed situational reliever/low set-up man (45 FV) at ceiling in time.

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