For a player to be named later. Given Francisco's numbers, the PTBNL is likely to be a lower level arm of little significance.
(Missed this yesterday) Basically, there's nothing wrong with his statistical line, and the stuff impresses as well; his fastball, while off from his high school days in terms of velocity, has sat at 90-95 with sink and, more importantly, tremendous control. His power curveball is already plus, and while his changeup lags behind, that's common for a pitcher with his experience, and there's plenty of right now talent to be very excited about.
Punching lockers is a no-win situation and now Sean's presumptive recall on 9/1 will be delayed.