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  1. #1831
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    Just give every single player in the minors some AB's this year and see if anything sticks lol.

  2. #1832
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBears79 View Post
    To each their own. I like his game a lot.

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    Yeah, of course. My concern is just with the bat. He doesn’t seem to control the strike zone all that well compared to a lot of the other top college bats.

  3. #1833
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    Gallardo's strong season continues. Myrtle's lineup is pretty murderous. The Ks have been piling up for PCA though. I wonder if something has been exposed or maybe it's just the rigors of full season ball catching up on him, maybe the shoulder.

    Robel is 3-3 with a double. He's gonna force their hand, just watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    Gallardo's strong season continues. Myrtle's lineup is pretty murderous. The Ks have been piling up for PCA though. I wonder if something has been exposed or maybe it's just the rigors of full season ball catching up on him, maybe the shoulder.

    Robel is 3-3 with a double. He's gonna force their hand, just watch.
    He's definitely someone to watch for. Good to see him improving, but hoping he can do better. His ERA is nice, but K/BB don't suggest he's really dominating as of now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubs420 View Post
    Sounds like he has a drug problem.

    Speaking of which, https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/...ting-oxycodone


    "But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it."

    - Romans 8:25

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    Quote Originally Posted by La_bibbers View Post
    He's definitely someone to watch for. Good to see him improving, but hoping he can do better. His ERA is nice, but K/BB don't suggest he's really dominating as of now.
    He's really young and sitting 95-97 now. Think in a couple years you will see more dominant results. At 20 years old, he's 2nd in the league in IP, 1/3 SP over 30 IP at 20 YO. His K% is up 30% from last season; not a huge rate but that's a sizable jump. Top 15 in ERA, top 25 in FIP, top 15 in GB, 6th in IFFB, 13th lowest pull% against.

    There are 5 pitchers that are 19 in that league and 24 that are 20. Compare his numbers to them and he's been really good.

  8. #1838
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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    He's really young and sitting 95-97 now. Think in a couple years you will see more dominant results. At 20 years old, he's 2nd in the league in IP, 1/3 SP over 30 IP at 20 YO. His K% is up 30% from last season; not a huge rate but that's a sizable jump. Top 15 in ERA, top 25 in FIP, top 15 in GB, 6th in IFFB, 13th lowest pull% against.

    There are 5 pitchers that are 19 in that league and 24 that are 20. Compare his numbers to them and he's been really good.
    For sure. To some extent, I don't really care about age when it's still the very low tiers of the system, but in any sense, I'm not trying to crap on him, like I said, he's someone to watch. Just hope he can turn that makeup into more dominant results is all. I just personally have a hard time getting excited about any prospect until the results are there.

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