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February 14, 2020

Indians

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Gray Minors RHP 17.7 14.3 17.7 21.1
Lux Minors SS 82.5 66 82.5 99
Ruiz Minors C 23.4 18.7 23.4 28.1
Stripling 29 Majors SP RHRP Medium 3.0 37.1 18.5 18.6 15.2 18.6 22.4
Urias 22 Majors SP LHRP Medium 4.0 52.1 23.0 29.1 23.9 29.1 34.3

Dodgers

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Clevinger 28 Majors SP Medium 3.0 105.0 20.5 84.5 74 84.5 95
Lindor 25 Majors SS Very low 2.0 98.4 41.7 54.7 54.7 64.5 74.4
2 Comments
  1. John Furlong

    I read your comments on the other thread that you think Urias and Stripling are more the type of pitchers that the Indians would want. Would you please share with me why you feel that way? I am very curious and would love to here your viewpoint on this. We have had previous good discussions so I am really interested to hear your thoughts.

    • Sean Ricky-Bobby

      Well in short May is a two pitch pitcher with one of his strengths being a good velo fastball and good control of it. He has a good slider curve thing but needs another breaker to pair with it, I think he is trying to find a change grip that works but I think there is risk that his ceiling is compromised without a third pitch since the slider thing I guess doesn’t pair super well. Indians don’t seem to care a ton about fastballs and fastball velo look at Carrasco and Kluber. Breaking ball control and fastball control are the bread and butter a lot of their starters are famous for not having fantastic heaters mostly using it to establish strikes. Urias I think is a slept on Ace in the making and Stripling is an amazing pitch tunneler and was basically born to be an Indians starter using their model. All mute now as I write this since Clev is having surgery

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