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I'd be willing to bet most of Kearns at bats were before he went crazy and we had to put him in a home.
Strengths & Opportunities: Martin throws three different fastballs - a cutter, two-seamer and four-seamer - and he also throws a changeup and curveball. His fastball consistently ranges from 88-91 MPH, and he has outstanding control of it and his other pitches. Martin's true 12-6 curveball is one of the best in the system, and the development of his cut fastball might now be the best pitch in his arsenal.
Martin is described as “a strike-thrower with a below average fastball who lives off of his change-up.” His “fastball clocks in the high-80s, at best, but he locates it well while mixing in a cutter and changeup.” According to Steve McCatty, the Nationals pitching coach who also coached Martin at Syracuse, “he just located everything… In the sixth, seventh innings, he’d be at 65 pitches.”
I wish there was a way to fast forward this game to the end because we already know how this game is going to go.
How about you dont watch??
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