2023 MLB DRAFT: Boston Flannery, RHP — Brunswick (NY)

A two-way player for the past several years, the mound inarguably seems to be where the future is brightest for Boston Flannery, who is committed to the University of North Carolina. The New York state native has always had a strong arm, and has utilized a fastball/changeup/curveball mix to establish himself as a legitimate prospect for the Draft.

FSS Event History: Flannery attended the Boston Super Regional back in 2020, working solely as a position player at the time. As you might expect, the best grades came on his arm, which was seen from shortstop at the time.

Current Ranking in Joe Doyle’s FSS Plus Top 600: 397

Joe Doyle on Flannery:

Flannery has been a mainstay in scouting circles since his sophomore year in high school. He’s got a good arm, up to 96 with run and some sink. His secondaries are fringy and lack consistency, but in short-outings he’s been a dynamite arm with an out-getting fastball. Scouts want to see Flannery hold his velocity over longer innings, as well as command his slider if he hopes to start at the next level.

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