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Checking in on the Tampa Bay Rays 2009 Draft Class: The Pitchers

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Little less commentary since the sample sizes are even smaller

Round Name Age Throws TBF K% FIP Affiliate
11 Alex Koronis 21 RH 70 31.4 3.2 PR
14 Zachary Quate 21 RH 61 31.1 1.2 HV
18 Jacob Partridge 18 LH 75 30.7 1.78 GLF
19 Scott Shuman 21 RH 56 28.6 2.82 PR
36 Jeff Cinadr 21 RH 89 22.5 2.74 PR
21 Matt Swilley 18 RH 41 22 3.55 GLF
13 James Hill 20 RH 80 21.3 2.9 HV
41 Matt Stabelfeld 22 LH 62 21 3.78 PR
39 Daniel April 22 LH 5 20 1.7 HV
12 Andrew Bellatti 17 RH 82 17.1 3.8 GLF
6 Devin Fuller 20 RH 130 16.9 3.76 HV
31 Aaron Dott 21 LH 161 14.3 3.17 HV
28 Zach Rosscup 21 LH 82 11 2.88 PR
22 Jake Sullivan 22 LH 6 0 21.2 PR

 

  • Alex Koronis is formerly of the University of Tampa. He's a college closer pitching to high school kids and dominating, no surprise here.
  • Zachary Quate is in the same boat. Appalachian State reliever with a nifty slider, he's doing it at a slightly higher level.
  • Jacob Partridge is a well-built left-handed hurler with a fastball that sits in the high-80s and a decent slider. He's the top starter when ranked by K% and he's also the youngest above 25%. Then again, he's also pitching in the GCL, so don't read too much into it.
  • Devin Fuller had academic issues preventing him from pitching for Arizona State, leaving him to transfer. So far, he's not striking a ton of betters out as he bounces between starting (4) and relieving (5).