hers a scouting report on a young jamie moyer
"Moyer throws an average fastball between 82-84, touching 86. He has a plus curve and plus change-up. He relies on changing speeds and hitting his spots. Is unlikely to survive against advanced competition. He is still left-handed." --
tom milone's report
>"Milone won’t overpower anyone with his fastball, typically in the 84-87 mph range, but few pitchers in the college game possess his command or feel for pitching. He topped the Cape Cod League in wins last summer while walking seven and striking out 46 in 52 innings, and assembled a solid 6-5, 3.02 senior year at USC, walking 19 and striking out 92 in 89 innings (through mid-May). Milone’s strength is that he can spot his pitches at will, particularly an above-average changeup. He is what he is, however, as he has little or no upside. But he should get a shot because he’s a lefthander who can pitch."
well look at moyers carrer, and how milone's striking out ppl with a slow pitch? this guy has a chance to make the rotation.
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