Angles of Leake
Mike Leake is a man of many arm angles. It makes pitch classification a little bit complicated, which I suspect hitters will also attest to. Leake is assigned to the Peoria Saguaros, where he is one of the smaller pitchers on the staff. He seems to have grown an inch, to 6-foot-1, since being drafted. He doesn't throw hard, exceeding 92 mph only a handful of times, but has shown good control—as advertised. If he can vary the angle while disguising his pitches, that control will serve him well.
The lowest arm slot Leake employs generally produces a two-seam sinker, which has lots of action thanks to the angle. His most over-the-top selection is a curveball. The middle slot(s?) for Leake overlap a bit with the brackets, starting with a change-up and moving up to a four-seam fastball. His slider occupies most of the middle-range. He also throws a cutter, moves like a slider but with fastball velocity.
Leake's curve comes in from 77-82 mph and the slider 83-85. Changes-ups are about the same—speed-wise—as the sliders, but with a lower bottom. The sinker/fastball/cutter group centers at 90 mph, with the sinkers getting the widest range (87-93).