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Asa Lacy
Ht/Wt: 6' 4"/215 lbs
Position: LHP
Team: Texas A&M

Asa Lacy - Prospect Profile

MLB.com - May : "He employs two distinct breaking balls, a downer curveball and a harder slider in the low 80s, with the slider surpassing his curve this spring and becoming a plus pitch. His changeup fades and sinks and grades as a well above-average pitch at its best, and it should become more consistently plus as he uses it more often."

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - May 13th: "The Indians drafted him in the 31st round in 2017, but he instead chose to attend Texas A&M, where he has improved across the board and now harnesses some of the best stuff in the country. After filling out to 215 pounds, Lacy has plenty of strength and a fastball that ranges from 90-98 to go along with a wipeout slider, a plus changeup and a power curveball."

Kiley McDaniel - ESPN - May 13th: "The issue is his command, as a result of his somewhat awkward finish to his delivery. Scouts who have followed Lacy since high school swear on his makeup and his performance on the biggest stages, where his command has been at its best."

ESPN - May 9th: "The reason he's the top-rated pitcher is his mid-90s heater and upper-80s slider that are 70-grade pitches on the 20-80 scale for some scouts."

Ian Smith - Prospect 365 - Apr. 26th: "The slider is by far his best pitch, a filthy, high spin offering that sits 88-90 and has utterly dominated opposing hitters throughout Lacy’s collegiate career. The changeup showed major growth in 2020, and it appears the pitch will be a true weapon versus right-handed hitters professionally."

Dan Zielinki - Baseball Prospect Journal - Mar. 22nd: "Asa Lacy was nearly unhittable in four starts this spring. The 6-4, 215-pound lefty used his mid-to-upper 90s fastball and devastating off-speed pitches to limit opposing batters to nine hits and eight walks while striking out 46 to record a 0.75 ERA in 24 innings."

Keith Law - The Athletic - Mar. 16th: "Lacy is up to 98 mph with a slider and changeup, the latter probably the better offspeed pitch, with a solid delivery that keeps him online to the plate."

Athlon Sports - Mar. 10th: "He has an excellent fastball-changeup pairing, and there still may be a little more velocity in his arm."

Asa Lacy Videos

Asa Lacy (LHP) 2019 USA Collegiate National Team

Asa Lacy (6-28-2019) USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Training Camp

Asa Lacy, Texas A&M LHP

Asa Lacy 11 K's vs. #19 Ole Miss 4-26-19

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