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  1. Zac Lowther

    Right, if his velocity has increased to 93, it'll be time to raise him up on the list. It's not a surprise that he's dominating at Delmarva.
  2. Zac Lowther

    20 SO's to 1 W and 3 hits. Very sss, but I think it's obvious based on what he did last year and this that he needs more of a challenge.
  3. Tomorrow's game officially postponed

    Uch, please don't push for the wussification of MLB. When we were kids, we played in worse weather conditions on far worse fields. Ya mean to tell me grown up professional athletes can't handle that?
  4. 2018 A - Delmarva Shorebirds

    I know it's too soon to rule him out as a starter, but if he is made a reliver, do you think he has closer potential - or at least 7th inning potential? I'm starting to think that he and Akin will make a formidable righty/lefty power combo at the back end of the pen in a couple of years.
  5. I mean... at some point that might happen, but I wouldn't be in any hurry at this point to make it happen. And don't ya hate it when people start a sentence with "I mean..."? Or end a sentence with it. Or use sentences that aren't really sentences and still pretend that they are. Ya know? I mean... sheesh.
  6. 2018 A - Delmarva Shorebirds

    And in their first loss, they still get an outstanding performance from lefty Cam Bishop - who may be the most overlooked of the outstanding Delmarva staff and also in need of a promotion - being a 22 year old. I'm impressed that he's started out the season going 6 and then 7 quality innings. Imo, the organization needs to make sure that his development is a priority and don't let him fall by the wayside just because they have a lot of pitching prospects at Delmarva and Frederick.
  7. 2018 A+ - Frederick Keys

    Nice to see McKenna having a big day; 2 for 2 plus a walk, hit his first homer, and it was off Joan Baez (parents can be cruel) of the Potomac Nats. Was he singing a folk song while running out the homer?
  8. Sisco reminds me of Markakis

    I once considered comparing Sisco to BJ Surhoff
  9. D.L. Hall 2018

    He turned 19 back in September, so that's quite a trick if he's back to 18. I'll have what he's having.
  10. Michael Baumann 2018

    A lot of people had Sedlock as the O's #1 pitching prospect a year ago, so ya almost have to give him chances you wouldn't give to anyone else performing as poorly as he has.
  11. 2018 A - Delmarva Shorebirds

    Whenever I see his name, can't help but picture the robot flailing his "arms" even it's Robertson instead of Robinson.
  12. 2018 A - Delmarva Shorebirds

    Yup - seems like things like that usually happen early to mid June. It'll be interesting to see Lowther and Wells together - both "soft-tossing" lefties that miss bats. If you look at their pictures on milb.com, they even look alike and appear to be wearing the same glasses. But Wells already has a twin brother who pitches. Triplets? Nah, Lowther's a bigger guy. Well, Lowther and Baumann probably should be in Frederick now, but in the meantime they can work on their weaknesses and still dominate. As long as they're both up in early to mid June, their development should be somewhat normal.
  13. 2018 A - Delmarva Shorebirds

    6-0 for Delmarva. But I wish they had more 20 and 21 year olds.
  14. D.L. Hall 2018

    Gotta say... I don't get limiting him to 30 pitches.
  15. Branden Becker 2018

    Wilkerson showed virtually no power the year before (2016). He had 4 homers in 402 at bats and slugged all of .341 at 24 years old - almost all in Frederick.
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