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Garrett Crochet
Ht/Wt: 6' 5"/218 lbs
Position: LHP
Team: Tennessee

Garrett Crochet - Prospect Profile

MLB.com - May : "His 82-85 mph slider features above-average spin rates as well and his long arms create difficult angle on his breaking ball. He flashes a well above-average changeup at times, throwing it around 90 mph with deceptive arm speed.For a 6-foot-6 pitcher, Crochet does a nice job of keeping his long levers in sync and providing strikes."

Carlos Collazo - Baseball America - May 13th: "Crochet routinely creates uncomfortable at-bats against hitters, particularly lefties, with his length and the angle he creates in his delivery. His fastball explodes out of his hand and is a plus-plus pitch at the moment, giving him an elite two-pitch mix that gives him the fallback of a relief ace if starting doesn’t work out."

Kiley McDaniel - ESPN - May 13th: "Crochet had a shot to get into the top 10 with a strong spring, but he threw in only one unannounced appearance, where he hit 99 mph in relief with a handful of scouts watching, after starting the season on the shelf with a shoulder/back issue."

Ian Smith - Prospect 365 - Apr. 26th: "Garrett Crochet creates easy velocity with his fastball by utilizing great extension from his 6-foot-6 frame. Paired with a plus slider and a developing changeup, the Tennessee product has some of the best raw stuff in this class. What holds Crochet back from being one of the first arms off the board is 1) the inconsistency in control and command at times, and 2) an early-season shoulder ailment that limited the southpaw to one start this season."

Dan Zielinki - Baseball Prospect Journal - Mar. 22nd: "Garrett Crochet is a 6-6, 218-pound lefty that has all the makings of being a No. 1 starter in pro ball. His four-seam fastball sat in the high-90s and touched 99 mph in fall practices."

Keith Law - The Athletic - Mar. 16th: "He has a history of missing bats but also giving up more contact than you’d expect from his stuff."

Athlon Sports - Mar. 10th: "Crochet isn’t a fully refined ace yet, but he can dominate at times thanks to a devastating mid-90s fastball."

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