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7-6 with a 3.64 ERA in 26 starts. He struck out 102 batters and allowed 29 walks.
"Holder is coming off a great outing," Nationals Director of Player Development Doug Harris said. "We made a slight delivery adjustment which has really helped him. He is a quality kid with a very strong work ethic."
The 6-foot-5, 200-lb. Indiana State Sycamore went 12-3 with a 2.63 ERA in splitting his Double-A season between Frisco and Harrisburg.
Yeah, they saw that he'd sign cheap. Holder is not a good pitcher.
Come on, you've got to give a young guy more than two professional seasons before drawing conclusions like that. Not all college pitchers have it figured out when they get drafted.
Perhaps impressed with his ability to touch to mid-90s, the organization nabbed Holder about five to seven rounds higher than he was projected to go.
This was a shocking pick. Holder was a senior starter for the Bulldogs, but was hit hard despite some solid stuff. Most predicted him to go in the 7th-10th round range, so this was surprising. He signed for under slot, though, so I give them props for that. However, this was altogether puzzling, as Holder seems to have middle reliever written all over him.
He didn't, until he came to Harrisburg, and even then, it was less than a strike out an inning.But, he was much improved upon being traded to the Nats.
Any news on Tyler Moore? He's one of the guys I'm most interested in seeing. It might be a pipe dream, but if this kid can bring what he had last season again this year, and some of that to the pros, we have a gem on our hands.
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