Quote Originally Posted by RedTeamGo! View Post
I understand he has flashed elite velocity, but the reason I question him is the fact he hovers around 92 most of the time. I don't understand why a guy that threw 98 in high school has decreased in velocity, just seems odd to me.

For the prospect gurus on here:

If Travieso turns 24 years old and is pitching 90-92 consistently is it likely for him to even rank top 30 prospect on the Reds farm?

I know a lot can happen between now and then.
Chad Rogers is 24 and throws 89-91 and he is ranked in the top 30.