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Gordon Ingebritson Scouting Report — RHP, Pasadena City College

Prospect: Gordon Ingebritson
Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Organization: Pasadena City College
Height/Weight: 5’11”, 185 lbs.
Bats/Throws: R/R
Age/DOB: Redshirt Freshman (1st Year, JuCo)
Acquired/Hometown: Sun Valley, CA (Village Christian HS)
Date(s) Seen: April 5, 2018 vs. Long Beach City College

Fastball 83-88 … Sidearm/submarine fastball 80-84 … Slider 68-70 … Changeup 70-74.

Multiple arm angles — three quarters, sidearm/just below, and a submarine look about 45 degrees underneath; will mix it up with arm angles pitch-to-pitch and in different situations. Throws strikes with every pitch from every angle; great feel for the strike zone with advanced control, above-average command, and feel for ample pitch life that comes from lower angles. Corrals pitch life well; will go side-to-side with touch to both sides of the plate. Surprisingly advanced understanding of how to set up/sequence hitters … Good life and some sneaky velo on fastball; pitch will get on hitters quickly from the low three-quarters look. Downward life on fastball from all arm angles, gets more pronounced the lower he goes. Already feel for manipulation on glove-side fastballs — enough command to start it off the plate and let it ride back-door over the corner. Will challenge hitters with fastballs down in the zone; throws a ton of strikes and pitches to contact; not afraid of contact, will draw quite a bit of weak/mis-hit contact with pitch life. Works quickly; fills up the zone with some urgency and dispatches hitters quickly. Good athlete; fields position and gets off the mound well … Decent breaking ball depth considering low arm angle; most sidearm/sub guys have difficulty making a slider work, but he’s got good feel for manipulating it for break. Command of breaking ball also usually difficult for sidearm guys, but he’s got real feel for throwing it for strikes early; will also use it as a wipeout pitch late off the plate to get RHH on front foot. Velo differential to slider is another weapon; really pulls the string and gets guys out front. Tough to time even for hitters who know it’s coming; gives a look like it’s stopping on the way to the plate; great arm action and arm speed sell it … Didn’t see changeup as much in my look; seemed like some arm-side life with a little bit of tumble down, but I need to see it more for a full eval. Needs that third pitch against LHH; one lefty in my look killed him to oppo left-center gap and LHH in general will hurt him unless he keeps them honest hard in with fastball and smart away with changeup. Hell on RHH, though. 

Really, really like the way Gordon Ingebritson throws the ball. Will need a good bit more velo to be seriously considered for pro ball, but that can come in time. If he’s sitting 88-92 at three-quarters/sidearm and 84-88 or so from submarine with that same tight pitch life and good slider in a few years, he’s going to be a monster. Can’t see why more velo won’t come; slight in build with plenty of room left to grow. Coastal Carolina University redshirt who kicked back to Pasadena City College this year; putting up numbers for the Lancers this season. Would do well to return to Pasadena for another year, I think — build out innings and more arm strength, bide some time; easy to imagine Division I offers coming a year from now, especially if he continues to produce with added velo. Long term, he’s a ways off and the velo really needs to show up, but if it does, he’s got a future in pro ball. Must produce through entire college career, and will likely be an undrafted free agent signee when college career is over, but he’s already got the stuff to succeed through the first few rungs of the minor league ladder. Tough road ahead, but Gordon Ingebritson can pitch.

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