Originally Posted by mdccclxix
Waldrop still has that raw power though, maybe the best on the farm, and some time to work out plate discipline stuff.
Roger that on the other Dayton pitchers, but control is a thing I like to put a premium on.
Waldrop has good raw power, but it isn't in the "best on the farm" discussion.
I am a fan of Cisco. The control really is good. But his stuff is fringy and when he misses, even a little bit, guys can and do hit it. It will be interesting to see his progression as he moves up. I believe he will need to add some more stuff to his game plan to succeed at the higher levels. What that will be though, I don't know. Maybe a cutter to mix in.
With comparison to the other guys, I don't see any of them having real control problems, Garrett is the worst of the bunch, but he can throw strikes most of the time. So while Cisco gets credit for his outstanding control, the other guys I mentioned aren't dinged for their control in my mind.