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Adrian Alaniz, the right-hander whom the Nats grabbed in the eighth round last year from Texas, has looked very sharp this spring. His latest outing was in a Minor League game Tuesday at Viera and Williams raved about his performance. "He threw very well and commanded his fastball on both sides of the plate," Williams said. He's also got a sharp breaking ball that he threw for strikes. He looked good. If we could push him a little, I'd like that, too." It's still undecided where Alaniz, who was 8-2 with a 2.39 ERA for Vermont last year, will begin the season. Williams said the subject is still under discussion.
Hopefully he'll pitch in Potomac so I can go watch him.
He's 24 and could shoot quickly through the system. It's nice to know that there a a few non-top prospects doing well for us.This was a great article about a bunch of our minor leaguers and a Q&A w/ Adam Carr: http://senatorsbaseball.com/cgi-bin/dist/news.cgi?id=1206123296
Well, he is 24 and basically played against 18-19 year olds last year. He probably needs to be pushed a little
Apparently, his stuff is pretty pedestrian. His speed is on Bacsik levels.
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