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Seth Corry

#14 | LHP | GiantsSF
Eugene Emeralds Eugene Emeralds
Seth Corry
Name: Seth Michael Corry
Born: Nov 3, 1998 in Cedar Hills, UT
High School: Lone Peak HS, Highland, Utah
Ht.: 6'2" / Wt.: 210 lbs
Bats: L / Throws: L
Drafted in the 3rd round (96th overall) by the San Francisco Giants in 2017 (signed for $1,000,000)
Corry possesses an exciting combination of athleticism and lefthanded arm strength. A safety in football, he tore an ACL in the fall of 2015 but still pitched in spring 2016, then returned to play football as a prep senior. Scouts laud his toughness and projectable 6-foot-2, 195-pound frame, and he's pumped his fastball up to 92-96 mph at times in short bursts, typically sitting at 90-92 mph. Corry's curveball is even better; the Brigham Young signee locates his curveball better than he does his fastball, and BYU recruiting coordinator Trent Pratt, who caught Rick Ankiel on the 18U national team 20 years ago, compares Corry's curve to that of Ankiel. However, Corry has major issues with his delivery that he will have to fix in order to get him to throw consistent fastball strikes. He has stiffness to his delivery, spins off and tends to finish with a head whack when he reaches back for more velocity. His arm action features some stiffness despite his athleticism, and the whole package leads to well-below-average fastball command, at times showing little ability to throw fastball strikes. That makes him a wild card for the draft in more ways than one.
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