Originally Posted by Mario-Rijo
I agree, I could possibly be swayed on a pitcher here but until then my votes will go to Valaika who had a lost year but in my eyes is still a potentially solid starting 2B.
If someone wants to try to convince me there is a legit #3 or better starter relatively close to the majors I'll listen. I ask because some of these arms I am just not up on. They are way too tough for me to gauge unless I have a scouting report and I don't have enough info on guys like Klinker, Jordan Smith, Jeremy Horst, Ondrusek, Del Rosario, LeCure.
Matt Klinker has stuff to be a #3 pitcher. Above average curveball, 90-94 MPH fastball, solid change up. Has shown good control overall.