East Catholic High School lefty pitcher Frank Mozzicato from Manchester, Connecticut Has Thrown 4 No
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East Catholic High School lefty pitcher Frank Mozzicato from Manchester, Connecticut has casually pitched 4 straight no-hitters IN A ROW..
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After a cancelled 2020 season, Mozzicato entered the year absent from MLB.com’s Draft rankings but catapulted to No. 51 by mid-May. The southpaw, who’s a couple weeks shy of 18, already has a 60-grade curveball (which he’s been throwing with the same grip since he was 11 or 12), a fastball that’s ticked up to around 91-93 mph and a promising changeup.

“The problem [his freshman year] is that … his curveball … would bite a lot but land behind the plate. They’d call it a ball because he almost overmatched some of the J.V.-type umps,” Fiori said. “He had to make it a little bit loopy to make it a strike, and he would still throw it because he wanted to be successful.”
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(Barstool Sports)

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12 Comments
Cool throw!!!
Reply6 days
That is nothing. I bet he could not fake a soccer kick with his right foot and boot it high with his left - then blow kisses to the camera. Signed, the OT soccer lovers.
Reply22 days
Solid unis by mew balance. Didn't know they had gotten into the uniform game.
Reply22 days
not that big of a deal. There's always a few high school pitchers who are borderline professionally good, and they're playing against mostly guys who can't make high school all conference. I played 2x in high school against the #1 pitcher in the country who played major league the next year.
Reply22 days
I believe you.
22 days
Frank is a surprisingly normal name. Would have thought it would have been a little more Denham Springsey.
Reply22 days
Word. I was expecting something really Denham Springsey...like 'Ben'.
22 days
Why has this kid been throwing a curveball since 11 or 12. Probably gonna arm damage first couple of years in pros, I hope not
Reply22 days
Someone should inform Baseball America not to film from directly behind the plate.
Reply22 days
The runner on second during the first at bat was hit by a pitch
Reply22 days
Kid played with my nephew. 6'4" lefty throwing 92 and is now projected as a supplemental 1st rounder. Committed to UConn.
Reply22 days
What is that? $2M signing bonus?
22 days
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