Frank Mozzicato

19-Year-Old PitcherP
Kansas City Royals A
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$Signed a $3.55 million contract with the Royals in July of 2021.
Selected seventh overall by Royals
PKansas City Royals  A
July 11, 2021
The Royals have selected Mozzicato with the seventh overall pick in the 2021 first-year player draft.
Mozzicato solidified himself as one of the top prep lefties in the class with a string of four straight no-hitters this spring. At 6-foot-3, 180 pounds, there is a lot of projection remaining, and he didn't turn 18 until June. He has a low-90s fastball and plus curveball that really flummoxed high school hitters in Connecticut. Mozzicato's athleticism leads evaluators to project enough command to start, but refining his third-pitch changeup will be important in pro ball.
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