06/15/2013 - Omaha National World Series - Session 1 Bradley continues to improve on both sides of the ball. At the plate, Bradley showed improved rhythm, a better understanding of balance throughout his swing and the ability to use the entire field effectively. He has a level swing path, improving strike zone discipline and should continue to work on staying downhill through contact, using his lower half more aggressively and keeping his top hand engaged with the bat until he is all the way through contact. As an OF, Bradley showed the same quality skill set and understanding of OF play, but showed an even more impressive motor during drill sessions and games, playing at game speed through every rep. Moving forward, his focus should be on continuing to improve his first step off the bat while improving arm strength remains a priority. Bradley pitched during the tournament and was very effective in a couple different short outings. He pitches to contact while changing speeds and keeps his defense involved by pounding the strike zone. His Fastball topped out at 78 and secondary pitches were both between 60-70 mph with solid command of all 3. Overall, Bradley is a baseball player! He can do a lot of different things to help a team win and with added strength and already impressive foot speed should get a chance to play at the next level.