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    • Looks like it.  woot!
    • Yep, and considering that he is Rule 5 eligible again this off-season, it would help to know how his stuff plays in short relief (with the AAA/MLB ball) before either adding him to the 40-man roster or risking losing him. Prior to this season, I had him in the second tier of potential 40-man roster adds, but he has leapfrogged past guys like Sedlock, Fenter, Adam Hall, and Mason McCoy  
    • They've been using Peralta as a starter most of the year and may continue to do so, but I think his future will end up in the pen. they need to find out whether he can pitch on back to back days if needed where he could bring his upper 90s heat. He could be a Tate replacement.
    • If all goes well for Baumann he could be in the rotation next April in Baltimore. Im curious if the plan on stretching out further Peralta to start as well. AAA has proven to be a big challenge for many of our previous prospects. So this experiment should be interesting. 
    • There is really no such thing as a 28-year-old prospect. Watkins was a guy who had some success at lower levels and was brought in to compete for a spot in the AAA rotation and made the most of his opportunity. Yaz was a guy who never dominated AA but was decent in half a season at AAA at 27, had some raw power, and was brought in to shore up the Giants AAA OF situation. Tyler Herb, who the Orioles acquired in that trade in 2019 was quite good at 25 in AA in 2017 (better than Yaz ever was at that level) but struggled in 2018 in AAA. The Orioles probably hoped he would compete for a spot in the AAA rotation and, best case scenario, end up with a handful of productive Major League starts like Watkins has this year. All three of those guys are/were a half step above org guys, and would have become org guys if things didn't go well (as they didn't for Herb).
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