Originally Posted by Edd Roush
How can a guy who led the Cape Cod league in Ks and sported a 9.36 K/9 in Billings not have ceiling of a #2? Is it because his off-speed stuff does not project well? I know he doesn't have a truly "plus" fastball, but could he be a Cingrani-like pitcher? A guy who was never thought to have too much upside, but kept on producing? Obviously, Cingrani is a much higher regarded prospect because he has done it much more frequently, and better at higher levels and is left-handed, but couldn't Moscot morph into that kind of prospect?
How could Mike Leake post Stephen Strasburg like numbers in college? Things happen.
I mean sure, Moscot could morph into a Cingrani like prospect, but it isn't expected and even still, you are not going to hear many people saying Cingrani is a #2 pitcher in the future. Plenty of people out there still think Cingrani winds up in the bullpen.