If there is a pitch invented, the Jersey Outlaw Premier pitchers are throwing it. OK, the catchers are smart enough not to signal for a knuckleball (way too much work behind the plate). But the four-pitcher rotation will trouble opposing teams with a variety of pitches – from fastballs to changeups to curves and drops. A team loves workhorses on the mound and the Outlaws have good size behind their hard throwers – Haylei Archer, Ashlynne Scardino, Amanda Gonzalez and Elyssa Bohr. At 6 feet, 170 pounds, Archer turns heads even before she throws a pitch. Nearing the mid 60s with her fastball, she’s been the Outlaws’ big-game pitcher for years. Scardino also is an Outlaws veteran returning to the team. She comes out firing in the high 50s and, more importantly, her pitches have good movement. Gonzalez, or “Gonzo,” has pin-point control and a ball that dances to the corners of the plate. She also throws hard. Bohr is tall and athletic, with a long wing span to load up her pitches. Her speed is increasing by the day and the catchers note her excellent control.