Saturday, March 2, 2013

Dalton Mellott, Ambidextrous Pitcher

Dalton Mellott
Born: February 15, 1993
Hometown: Hartford, KY

High School: Owensboro Catholic High School (Class of 2011)

Owensboro, Kentucky


Brescia University (NAIA), Owensboro, KY
Rend Lake College (JC), Ina, IL

Positions: RHP/IF

Height/Weight: 6'2", 180 lbs.
Bats: Right
Throws: Right-hand dominant,  Ambidextrous pitcher in HS
Velocity: RHP: 88 mph; LHP: 75 mph 

Dalton Mellott was an ambidextrous pitcher and infielder in high school. Now, Mellott is a right-handed pitcher and middle infielder in college. He started out playing baseball for a junior college, then moved on to play with Brescia University, an NAIA school near his hometown.

Meet the ambidextrous Mr. Mellott - one of the players from the IMG Wood Bat League

Let me introduce you to Dalton Mellott. Dalton is a 16 year old who loves baseball, and happens to be pretty darn good at it too. This summer, Dalton has been spending his time playing in the IMG Wood Bat League, where he plays for the IMG Conquistadors.
Mellott describes himself as a pitcher and a middle infielder. But if you are filling in the box score when he is on the mound, you might want to pay extra close attention to what hand he is using. Yes, that's right, Mellott is ambidextrous.
"I am a little bit better with my right hand than my left, but I do pitch with both."
Indeed he is better with his right, Mellott has been clocked throwing at 88 miles-per-hour with that hand, rather than 75 miles-per-hour with his left. Either way, it's likely that he will get you out.
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High School Stats

Perfect Game Pre-Season All-American, Under Armor Pre-Season All-American, Academic All-State

Junior year

.440 BA, .500 OBP, 11 hits, 5 RBI

Dalton Mellott's Owensboro Catholic High School 09-10 Baseball Profile

Dalton Mellott Baseball Profile | Perfect Game USA
86 mph FB, 66 mph CB, 75 mph CH (2009)

College Bio and Stats

Rend Lake College Baseball - Dalton Mellott #18

Dalton Mellott - Brescia University


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