4617 Lee Waters Rd Marietta, GA 30066

J.P. Martin


Congratulations to J.P. Martin of the 17u Astros for being named ECB Player of the Month!
“J.P. Martin is not only one of the best players I have had the honor to coach but also an amazing teammate and a relentless competitor. I look forward to coaching him again this summer, the sky is the limit for his baseball career.” – Coach Kevin Baldwin

Martin earned many performance highlights at Perfect Game events throughout 2017 and starting 2018 off strong at the Baseball Factory Under Armor All-America Tournament.

 

2018 Under Armour All-America Pre-Season Tournament:
Catcher pop time leader board – 1.87

2017 Baseball Factory Futures South Showcase:
Top catcher pop time  – 1.84
During the defensive workout, the catchers stood out. J.P. Martin (Cartersville High School, Georgia) showed quick feet and a quick release to deliver the ball to second in 1.84. He also receives and blocks at a high level. 

2017 Perfect Game Underclass All American Games: 
Top catcher pop time – 1.85
Catcher velo’s leaderboard – 76
Infielder velo’s leaderboard – 86
Outfielder velo’s leaderboard – 88

J.P. Martin is a 2019 C/RHP/UT with a 6-0 180 lb. frame from Cartersville, GA who attends Cartersville HS. Medium athletic build, has some present strength with room for more. Very versatile defensive player, looked solid all over the field with athleticism, good arm strength and very accurate throws, gets low and is quick in his actions behind the plate, can literally play nine positions and look like he belongs there. Right handed hitter, tall stance with a simple direct shift into contact, wrapped barrel start, has quick strong hands and creates good barrel whip, ball comes off the barrel hard and showed some juice. Also pitched, short compact catcher’s arm action, upper body delivery with simple directional mechanics. Mid-80’s fastball, topped out at 89 mph, big downer curveball at 70 mph. Good student.

Perfect Game Rawling Select Classic:
J.P. Martin (2019, Cartersville, Ga.) also shined in today’s game against Walnut Grove, going 2-for-5 and showcasing his speed on an RBI triple in the top of the sixth. Martin has a strong, medium frame and produces a good amount of power with a quick, short stroke that allows him to produce excellent bat speed.