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Old 03-23-2019, 10:37 PM   #81
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Harper only has a 10 year contract in the game. I assume this is a hard limit as you can't select any longer duration of contract?
Did you see that he also has a 3-year extension tacked on to the end of the 10-year deal? The game can't handle more than a 10-year base contract, but the 10+3 makes it effectively 13 years.
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Old 03-23-2019, 10:55 PM   #82
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And Brewers prospect roster and injury issues I've spotted:
Jake Gatewood tore his ACL in July, he is expected back in June.
Quintin Torres-Costa underwent Tommy John (torn UCL) and will miss all of 2019.
Mauricio Dubon shouldn't really have much (if any, really) experience in CF. His only experience there is 5 games in the 2016 AFL. Dubon is also Honduran (born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras). When he makes his MLB debut, he will be the second Honduran in history to appear in the Major Leagues.
Jacob Nottingham should have some experience at 1B, he made 20 starts there over the past 2 seasons.
Weston Wilson needs more experience at 1B. Really, he should be super utility - last year he started 41 games at 1B, 26 at 3B, 11 at 2B, 23 in LF, 9 in RF and 2 at SS.
Tucker Neuhaus should have more experience at other positions. He started 41 games at 2B, 3 games at 3B, 11 games in LF, 17 games at SS, and a game at 1B.
Joantgel Segovia has mainly been a LF both recently and in his career, but the database has him with the least experience there. He has started in LF 196 times, CF 95, and RF 25.
Brice Turang has played primarily SS since at least his JR year in HS - and the minors - but he has equal experience at SS, 2B, and CF. His SS experience should go up, CF down (or gone)
Jevon Ward has started in LF 69 times, RF 13 times, and CF 6 times in his 2 years in the minors, but his experience is highest in CF and lowest in LF. The opposite of what it should be, really.
Nick Egnatuk should have more experience at 3B than SS. He has had 59 starts at 3B, 1 at 1B, and none at shortstop in his 2 professional seasons.
Korry Howell should have some 3B experience, the Brewers started working him there in 7 of his 26 starts (with 19 at SS) last season.
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Old 03-24-2019, 01:05 PM   #83
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In the inaugural Amateur Draft for a mlb standard game I perused through the player list and found all the guys listed as coming out of high school but are actually coming out of college:

C Cordell Dunn
1B Chayce Bryant
2B Daniel Cerda
2B Jonny Cuevas
2B Garrison Burress
2B Rhys Cratty
2B Silas Butler
2B Tyler Miller
2B Jose Varela
2B Adam Jacques
3B Mikey Polansky
3B Garrett Martin
3B Zach Smith
OF Nick Jodway
OF Tyler Acosta
OF Corey Rosier
OF Levi Usher
OF Ian Matos
OF Adrian Torres
OF Micheal Boult
OF Malik Spratling
OF Lavoisier Fisher
OF Jared Hart
P Jordan Armstrong
P Chad Bryant
P Chris Clarke
P Jacob Kush
P Chance Denson
P Evan Reifert
P Jackson Rutledge
P Antonio Saldana
P William Sierra
P Carter Stewart
P Chase Webster
P Trey Benton
P Riley Egloff
P Jonathan Jones
P Antoine Kelly
P Brendan Dell
P Matthew Dickey
P Blaine Gillim
P Logan Jarosz
P Leonardo Palacios
P Andrew Moore
P Seth Caldwell
P Nolan Daniel
P Bobby Meza Jr.
P Derek Shaver
P Parker Aquino
P Daniel Carpenter
P Tyler Lewis
P Tyler Woessner
P Robert Bennett
P Mason Cooper
P Connor Sparks
P Jake Sweeney
P Chris McElwain
P Hunter Milam
P Luke Little

Also there are two versions of OF Justin Tejeda in the draft class
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Old 03-24-2019, 01:18 PM   #84
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Added injuries for Gatewood and Torres-Costa.

Positions are being looked at throughout the entire roster set for the next update. You will see major changes in this department.

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And Brewers prospect roster and injury issues I've spotted:
Jake Gatewood tore his ACL in July, he is expected back in June.
Quintin Torres-Costa underwent Tommy John (torn UCL) and will miss all of 2019.
Mauricio Dubon shouldn't really have much (if any, really) experience in CF. His only experience there is 5 games in the 2016 AFL. Dubon is also Honduran (born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras). When he makes his MLB debut, he will be the second Honduran in history to appear in the Major Leagues.
Jacob Nottingham should have some experience at 1B, he made 20 starts there over the past 2 seasons.
Weston Wilson needs more experience at 1B. Really, he should be super utility - last year he started 41 games at 1B, 26 at 3B, 11 at 2B, 23 in LF, 9 in RF and 2 at SS.
Tucker Neuhaus should have more experience at other positions. He started 41 games at 2B, 3 games at 3B, 11 games in LF, 17 games at SS, and a game at 1B.
Joantgel Segovia has mainly been a LF both recently and in his career, but the database has him with the least experience there. He has started in LF 196 times, CF 95, and RF 25.
Brice Turang has played primarily SS since at least his JR year in HS - and the minors - but he has equal experience at SS, 2B, and CF. His SS experience should go up, CF down (or gone)
Jevon Ward has started in LF 69 times, RF 13 times, and CF 6 times in his 2 years in the minors, but his experience is highest in CF and lowest in LF. The opposite of what it should be, really.
Nick Egnatuk should have more experience at 3B than SS. He has had 59 starts at 3B, 1 at 1B, and none at shortstop in his 2 professional seasons.
Korry Howell should have some 3B experience, the Brewers started working him there in 7 of his 26 starts (with 19 at SS) last season.
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Old 03-24-2019, 01:19 PM   #85
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Injuries have already been added for Travis & Leiter. Positions will be updated in next update as well.

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Mostly small potatoes positional stuff for Jays minor leaguers, but I'll post anyway.


Kendrys Morales - Fielding stats missing his inning at 3B in 2018

Devon Travis - Has never played anywhere but 2B but has rather high experience ratings all around the diamond. Also he'll miss the start of the season with an injury. https://twitter.com/KeeganMatheson/s...79228289146881

Mark Leiter Jr. - Had Tommy John Surgery on March 12th. https://twitter.com/KeeganMatheson/s...79228289146881

Cavan Biggio - Played quite a bit of 1B and 3B last year but his experience ratings to not reflect that. https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=biggio001cav

Gunnar Heidt - Played quite a bit of 1B last year but has 0 experience there. https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=heidt-000gun

Forrest Wall - Hasn't played 2B regularly since 2016 https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=wall--000for

Josh Almonte - Spent 2018 as a pitcher https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=almont000jos

Chad Spanberger - Has never played 3B https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=spanbe000cha

Cullen Large - Was primarily a 3B in 2018 https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=large-000cul

Brandon Grudzielanek - Should have a rating at 1B https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=grudzi000bra

Yeltsin Gudino - Should have a rating at 3B https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=gudino000yel

Brandon Polizzi - Played some 2B last year https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=polizz000bra

Mc Gregory Contreras - Was primarily a LF in 2018 https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=contre000mcg

Andy McGuire - Played as a 2-way player last year and should have a rating at 1B https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=mcguir000and

Ryan Gold - Played some 1B in 2018 https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=gold--000rya

Steward Berroa - He's primarily an OF but doesn't have the vitals or experience for that, and shouldn't have a rating at 1B, 3B or SS https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=berroa000ste

Rafael Lantigua - Played some 3B last year https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=lantig000raf

Leonardo Jimenez - He's a 2B/SS, not a 1B https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=jimene003leo

Andres Guerra - Shouldn't have a LF rating https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=guerra000and

Miguel Hiraldo - Primarily played SS in 2018 https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=hirald001mig
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Blue Jays should have their mentality switched to 'rebuild' and not win now.

Netherlands Antilles is also rate 1* quality, but makes up 0.11% of players. Is this because it's not a country anymore?
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Also for Draft in first year same historical guys show up and not different ones.
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Netherlands Antilles is also rate 1* quality, but makes up 0.11% of players. Is this because it's not a country anymore?
They've been properly split to Aruba, Sint Marteen, and Curacao, with Dutch as a second Nationality.
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I would say so, if he hasn't thrown it at all (or basically at all, more than a handful of times. Say at least roughly 5% of his total pitches thrown) in a year or two, we'll probably want to remove it.

Don't worry too much about the MLB pitcher repertoires right now though (MiLB/international/indy leagues are a different story). As mentioned in the other thread, I'm literally in the middle (well, about 25% through) of updating everyone on the 40-man rosters from the Brooks Baseball data.

In a week or two, once all that's in the game, then it would be super helpful for you and other folks to look and see what's wrong and what I missed.

For now, so much is changing anyway, that you could just be posting based on outdated info, and it would be a waste of your time and effort, which would be a shame.
I was thinking about cross referencing the MiLB pitcher repertoires in the game with my Baseball America Prospect Handbook. So and so is given a slider, but really throws a curveball etc...would that be helpful? Or not? It wouldn't be the entirety of the minor leagues but it would cover the top ~15 pitchers in each farm system.
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I was thinking about cross referencing the MiLB pitcher repertoires in the game with my Baseball America Prospect Handbook. So and so is given a slider, but really throws a curveball etc...would that be helpful? Or not? It wouldn't be the entirety of the minor leagues but it would cover the top ~15 pitchers in each farm system.
Probably not super helpful, because tany top 30-40 prospects per team should all have the right repertoires, based on MLB Pipeline, Fangraphs and Baseball America scouting reports anyway. It's the more obscure guys who are most likely to be off.

Which isn't to say you won't see some differences if you look the top prospects up, but that's mostly because sometimes one scout/report will classify a pitch as a slider and the next as a curve. It's hard to perfectly classify developing pitches a lot of the time, especially since they can look different each viewing. So we do the best we can, but sometimes different places have totally pitch types listed for prospects.
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The AI has Robel Garcia making the Cubs' roster, which IMO seems a bit ambitious. Maybe ZiPS just really likes him I suppose.

I was also thinking that Jake Arrieta's movement rating was super low, but then I saw that ZiPS really doesn't like him. Like really really doesn't like him... its projected HR/9 for him is nearly double his career mark and almost triple his number from his three stud seasons with the Cubs. Go figure
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Probably not super helpful, because tany top 30-40 prospects per team should all have the right repertoires, based on MLB Pipeline, Fangraphs and Baseball America scouting reports anyway. It's the more obscure guys who are most likely to be off.

Which isn't to say you won't see some differences if you look the top prospects up, but that's mostly because sometimes one scout/report will classify a pitch as a slider and the next as a curve. It's hard to perfectly classify developing pitches a lot of the time, especially since they can look different each viewing. So we do the best we can, but sometimes different places have totally pitch types listed for prospects.
OK, thanks for the reply. I will likely do this for my personal roster anyway, but maybe just mention extreme differences I find in this thread (e.g. a touted SP prospect doesn't have a changeup in his arsenal, the velocity is way off, any other oddities if applicable).
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Looked at prospect pitchers in a few organizations and here are a few things that perhaps could be updated:

Luis Frias (ARI) throws 95-97 MPH, should not be a soft-tosser in the game.
Jackson Goddard (ARI) seems to have very generous pitch potential ratings for someone in the back half of his team's top 30.
Jimmie Sherfy (ARI) should have a CB instead of a SL (Brooks Baseball agrees).
Ian Anderson (ATL) throws a 12-6 CB, not a slider.
Zach Pop (BAL) seems to have very generous potential ratings (5*, scouting off) for someone in the back half of his team's top 30.
Durbin Feltman (BOS) is being groomed as closer/late relief so the plus plus changeup he has in the game probably doesn't make too much sense. Feltman is a FB/SL guy.

I've only looked at 4 teams so far, but things are looking pretty good. Just maybe 1 or 2 adjustments per team so far.

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Looked at prospect pitchers in a few organizations and here are a few things that perhaps could be updated:

Luis Frias (ARI) throws 95-97 MPH, should not be a soft-tosser in the game.
Jackson Goddard (ARI) seems to have very generous pitch potential ratings for someone in the back half of his team's top 30.
Jimmie Sherfy (ARI) should have a CB instead of a SL (Brooks Baseball agrees).
Ian Anderson (ATL) throws a 12-6 CB, not a slider.
Zach Pop (BAL) seems to have very generous potential ratings (5*, scouting off) for someone in the back half of his team's top 30.
Durbin Feltman (BOS) is being groomed as closer/late relief so the plus plus changeup he has in the game probably doesn't make too much sense. Feltman is a FB/SL guy.

I've only looked at 4 teams so far, but things are looking pretty good. Just maybe 1 or 2 adjustments per team so far.
On Feltman, it's super hard to get the game to rate pitches how we want, without just removing them totally. Tried to adjust his.

Fixed Frias, Anderson and Sherfy.

On Pop and Goddard, will take a look at those ratings ,where they fall in their team prospect lists in game and adjust as needed.
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Here's the next batch...

Brailyn Marquez (CHC) is the #1 SP prospect in the Cubs organization and his repertoire should be FB/(CB or SL)/CH rather than FB/CUT/CB.
Adbert Alzolay (CHC) has a cutter in game, but I haven't seen evidence he throws one.
Brendon Little (CHC) has a fringy changeup but has an extremely generous 94/100 POT in game (scouting off) for that pitch.
Dillon Maples (CHC) has a repertoire of FB/SL/CB with his FB/SL combo being 70 grade pitches (albeit he has no idea where they're going)...Brooks Baseball logs his slider as a cutter, but that thing moves more like a frisbee slider on TV (source: I am a Cubs fan).
Oscar de la Cruz (CHC) has struggled with his curveball so 92/100 POT (scouting off) on that pitch seems a bit generous.
Michael Kopech (CWS) throws a plus SL as his main secondary pitch (per Brooks Baseball etc). The CB is more of a show-me pitch.
Dane Dunning (CWS)...pretty good consensus that his main pitch is a sinker rather than a 4SM. That and he gave up zero homers in 62 IP at AA last season.
Zach Thompson (CWS)...pretty good consensus he throws a cutter (55 grade pitch).
Riley Pint (COL) has had the moniker "best curveball in the Rockies' system" bestowed on him by a couple of different publications so his main breaking ball should probably be a plus CB rather than a SL.
Ryan Castellani (COL)...pretty good consensus his best breaking pitch is an above average SL rather than a CB.
Robert Tyler (COL)...pretty good consensus he throws 98-100 MPH and his best secondary is a changeup, so much so that he's mainly a FB/CH guy that works in a so so SL or CB (unclear).
Gregory Soto (DET)...pretty good consensus he throws a SL rather than a CB and it's more of a fringe-average pitch than the plus-plus CB he has in the game.
Sandy Baez (DET)...pretty good consensus he throws a fringy SL rather than a CB (Brooks Baseball agrees it's a SL).
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Here's the next batch...

Brailyn Marquez (CHC) is the #1 SP prospect in the Cubs organization and his repertoire should be FB/(CB or SL)/CH rather than FB/CUT/CB.
Adbert Alzolay (CHC) has a cutter in game, but I haven't seen evidence he throws one.
Brendon Little (CHC) has a fringy changeup but has an extremely generous 94/100 POT in game (scouting off) for that pitch.
Dillon Maples (CHC) has a repertoire of FB/SL/CB with his FB/SL combo being 70 grade pitches (albeit he has no idea where they're going)...Brooks Baseball logs his slider as a cutter, but that thing moves more like a frisbee slider on TV (source: I am a Cubs fan).
Oscar de la Cruz (CHC) has struggled with his curveball so 92/100 POT (scouting off) on that pitch seems a bit generous.
Michael Kopech (CWS) throws a plus SL as his main secondary pitch (per Brooks Baseball etc). The CB is more of a show-me pitch.
Dane Dunning (CWS)...pretty good consensus that his main pitch is a sinker rather than a 4SM. That and he gave up zero homers in 62 IP at AA last season.
Zach Thompson (CWS)...pretty good consensus he throws a cutter (55 grade pitch).
Riley Pint (COL) has had the moniker "best curveball in the Rockies' system" bestowed on him by a couple of different publications so his main breaking ball should probably be a plus CB rather than a SL.
Ryan Castellani (COL)...pretty good consensus his best breaking pitch is an above average SL rather than a CB.
Robert Tyler (COL)...pretty good consensus he throws 98-100 MPH and his best secondary is a changeup, so much so that he's mainly a FB/CH guy that works in a so so SL or CB (unclear).
Gregory Soto (DET)...pretty good consensus he throws a SL rather than a CB and it's more of a fringe-average pitch than the plus-plus CB he has in the game.
Sandy Baez (DET)...pretty good consensus he throws a fringy SL rather than a CB (Brooks Baseball agrees it's a SL).
Most of this should be fixed next patch.
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Bunch of players in the Braves minor league system who have their 2018 season stats listed twice, under both the Braves and the Cardinals minor league affiliates. Looks like it mostly affects international players but I this is who I caught:

P Leandro Vargas
P Luis Daniel Diaz
P Eudi Asencio
P Javier Ciriaco
P Jose Olague
P Estarlin Rodriguez
P Lisandro Santos
P Carlos De La Cruz
P Jorge Bautista
P Ronaldo Alesandro
P Raulin Celedonio
P Edwin Jimenez
P Oscar Nunez
P Roddery Munoz
P Rainiery Rodriguez
P Nonato Valdez
C Enmanuel Guitan
C Kimberling Encarnacion
C Kelvin Pena
C Sergio Ordonez
1B Yerangel Medina
1B Carlos Paraguate
2B Emeli Ferreira
2B Eliezel Stevens
3B Yandri Lara
OF Deivi Estrada
OF Asmin Bautista
OF Jose Palma
OF Jose G. Hernandez
OF Jonaiker Izaguirre
OF Jorge Luis Rodriguez
OF Brandol Mezquita
OF Randi De La Cruz
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Bunch of players in the Braves minor league system who have their 2018 season stats listed twice, under both the Braves and the Cardinals minor league affiliates. Looks like it mostly affects international players but I this is who I caught:

P Leandro Vargas
P Luis Daniel Diaz
P Eudi Asencio
P Javier Ciriaco
P Jose Olague
P Estarlin Rodriguez
P Lisandro Santos
P Carlos De La Cruz
P Jorge Bautista
P Ronaldo Alesandro
P Raulin Celedonio
P Edwin Jimenez
P Oscar Nunez
P Roddery Munoz
P Rainiery Rodriguez
P Nonato Valdez
C Enmanuel Guitan
C Kimberling Encarnacion
C Kelvin Pena
C Sergio Ordonez
1B Yerangel Medina
1B Carlos Paraguate
2B Emeli Ferreira
2B Eliezel Stevens
3B Yandri Lara
OF Deivi Estrada
OF Asmin Bautista
OF Jose Palma
OF Jose G. Hernandez
OF Jonaiker Izaguirre
OF Jorge Luis Rodriguez
OF Brandol Mezquita
OF Randi De La Cruz
The duplicate stat lines have been deleted. When the next build comes out, feel free to do a double take and check if I left any of these names out. I just went thru the entire DSL Braves team.
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Last batch! Thanks for including any/all of these updates into the roster set.


Dean Deetz (HOU) has been turned into a one-inning guy and has pared his repertoire down to just FB/SL. In game, he's still set up to be more starter-ish than reliever-ish.
Richard Lovelady (KC) has a FB/SL/CH repertoire where the slider is the best pitch and the changeup is the fringy pitch.
Griffin Canning (LAA) has added some velocity over the past year or so. 93-95 MPH seems closer to reality than his in game 90-92 MPH.
Gerardo Carrillo (LAD) has the phrase "heavy sink" associated with his fastball wherever I've looked. The Dodgers love them some sinkerballers lately. Carrillo is also nicknamed "The Assassin" -- Baseball America Prospect Handbook.
Zach Willeman (LAD) throws a pair of plus breaking balls, both CB and SL.
Josh Sborz (LAD) has had velocity increase to 94-96 MPH now that he's in the bullpen. Not sure he throws a CB now that he's a reliever.
Trey Supak (MIL)...I'm seeing 93-95 MPH, his velo has ticked up from the 89-91 MPH in game.
Anthony Kay (NYM)...seems to have an elite spin-rate curveball rather than a slider. Scouting reports go on and on about how his curveball is among the top rpm curves in the minors.
Daniel Zamora (NYM)...one of the more interesting pitchers in the roster. He throws a plus slider 80% of the time, and his "changeup" is actually a 88-90 MPH fastball. He's basically a 1-pitch pitcher that throws a BP fastball every once in a while. Brooks Baseball agrees with this assessment.
Domingo Acevedo (NYY)...more 95-97 MPH these days than 99-101 MPH.
Brian Howard (OAK)...scouting reports are consistent in mentioning his 2-seamer, the "sink" on his fastball, and that he gets a lot of groundball outs. Not sure if his FB should become SNK or if his pitcher type should just be changed to groundballer.
JoJo Romero (PHI)...seems to throw a SNK in addition to his other pitches.
Enyel de los Santos (PHI)...reports are that his CB is well below average.
Spencer Howard (PHI)...velocity has increased to something more like 95-97 MPH.
Starlyn Castillo (PHI)...velocity is more 94-96 MPH than 90-92 MPH.
Zach Warren (PHI)...velocity is more 93-95 MPH than 90-92 MPH.
Gage Hinsz (PIT)...consensus that his primary fastball is a SNK.
Jake Woodford (STL)...velocity is more 92-94 MPH than 90-92 MPH.
Adrian Morejon (SD)...velocity is 94-96 MPH now.
Chris Paddack (SD)..."earned the nickname 'The Executioner' at Lake Elsinore for his ruthless precision in eliminating opponents." --Baseball America Prospect Handbook.
Trey Wingenter (SD)...clearly FB/SL guy according to Brooks Baseball. 97-99 MPH on the heater.
Sean Hjelle (SF)...velocity is more 94-96 MPH than 91-93 MPH.
Tyler Beede (SF)...also throws a cutter.
Nolan Hoffman (SEA)...is a submariner. Primary pitch is SNK.
David McKay (SEA)...velocity is 94-96 MPH.
Michael Mercado (TB)...is going by "David Mercado" now.
T.J. Zeuch (TOR)...primary pitch is SNK.
Seth Romero (WAS)...velocity is more 94-96 MPH than 91-93 MPH.

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One other selfish roster request I have, biased though I am as a Cub fan, is to consider adjusting Javier Baez's personality type a bit. He is given all the worst traits in the game and that seems a bit harsh. The reality is that he's an incredibly hard worker, a very emotional player, a "sparkplug," and helped care for his [now deceased] disabled younger sister while growing up. His dad died when he was 10 years old and he taught himself English by procedurally memorizing words as a middle-school aged kid--after coming over to the U.S. so his family could get medical treatment for his sister.

He's been criticized somewhat for his flashiness and swinging for the fences when a more balance approach would be better. But, he's basically a good dude that has really become a team leader over the past couple of years. It would be nice to see some "green" qualities on his player profile instead of the "orange" ones.

https://www.mlb.com/news/every-day-w...aez/c-66112700
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