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In addition to the 4 free passes (3 walks and 1 hit batsman) that Peralta ceded in only 2 innings, he also threw a wild pitch, and opponents were 3-for-3 in stolen bases while he was in the game.

6 OUTS: 4 Strikeouts, 2 Popouts

OFELKY PERALTA REYNOSO O (vs. Regular-A Hickory, 8/01)

IP:l 2

H:;; 6 ll(1 Home Run, 1 Double, 4 Singles)

R:l) 6

BB:)3 *

SO:)4

Pitches: 66 (35 Strikes, 31 Balls)

2016 ERA: 4.21 (Regular-A Delmarva)

* Peralta also had 1 Hit Batsman

PITCHES BY INNING

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35 (20 Strikes, 15 Balls)

31 (15 Strikes, 16 Balls)

Overall numbers looking pretty ordinary now: 4.21 ERA and a 5.5 BB9. Still very young. Could repeat Delmarva if he continues to struggle.

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Overall numbers looking pretty ordinary now: 4.21 ERA and a 5.5 BB9. Still very young. Could repeat Delmarva if he continues to struggle.

He may just be wearing down, throwing this many innings at age 19 after much more limited innings the last two years.

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15 OUTS: 6 Flyouts, 4 Strikeouts, 2 Popouts, 2 Lineouts, 1 Groundout

OFELKY PERALTA REYNOSO O (vs. Regular-A West Virginia, 8/06)

IP:l 5

H:;; 3 ll(3 Singles)

R:l) 0

BB:)2

SO:)4

Pitches: 84 (56 Strikes, 28 Balls)

2016 ERA: 3.98 (Regular-A Delmarva)

PITCHES BY INNING

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16 (14 Strikes, 2 Balls)

19 (12 Strikes, 7 Balls)

16 (91 Strikes, 7 Balls)

17 (10 Strikes, 7 Balls)

16 (11 Strikes, 5 Balls)

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Well, he's no Anderson Espinoza ;) or is he???? :scratchchinhmm: TINSTAAPP! :eektf:

"Right-hander Anderson Espinoza, the pitcher whom the Red Sox traded for Pomeranz on Thursday night, might develop into a No. 2 starter or even an ace, rival scouts and executives say. But he's hardly a guarantee, not at 18 years old with a 4.38 ERA at Low A."

http://www.foxsports.com/mlb/story/boston-red-sox-trade-pitcher-drew-pomeranz-aaron-hill-brad-ziegler-071416

I saw Espinoza a couple Mondays ago...:eektf::eektf::eektf::eektf::eektf::eektf::eektf:

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/yBPR57IOB5Y" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

http://2080baseball.com/draft-prospect-video/anderson-espinoza/

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0 earned runs over 5 innings.

It was the 2nd consecutive outing in which Peralta has given up 0 earned runs over 5 innings.

Subsequently, his ERA has gone down from 4.21 to 3.78.

15 OUTS: 5 Flyouts, 4 Strikeouts, 4 Groundouts, 2 Popouts

OFELKY PERALTA REYNOSO oo (vs. Regular-A West Virginia, 8/11)

IP:l 5

H:;; 4 ll(1 Double, 3 Singles)

R:l) 2

ER:)0

BB:)2

SO:)4

Pitches: 84 (53 Strikes, 31 Balls)

2016 ERA: 3.78 (Regular-A Delmarva)

PITCHES BY INNING

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22 (16 Strikes, 61 Balls)

14 (91 Strikes, 51 Balls)

24 (14 Strikes, 10 Balls)

81 (51 Strikes, 31 Balls)

16 (91 Strikes, 71 Balls)

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Peralta goes to the mound tonight for his 23rd start of the season where he'll (hopefully) go over 100 innings for the season. I was really surprised when I checked his season stats and saw he hadn't thrown 100 innings yet, but when looking at his logs, he hasn't made it out of the 5th inning 8 times this season, twice this month, including his last outing where he didn't get out of the first.

Peralta is young and we knew he was raw. He's the same age Brian Gonzalez was in Delmarva last season and Gonzo vastly improved with a second season at Low-A. If Peralta is a long-term project where we see a lot of upside, would it make sense to keep him here next season and refine his stuff?

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Peralta goes to the mound tonight for his 23rd start of the season where he'll (hopefully) go over 100 innings for the season. I was really surprised when I checked his season stats and saw he hadn't thrown 100 innings yet, but when looking at his logs, he hasn't made it out of the 5th inning 8 times this season, twice this month, including his last outing where he didn't get out of the first.

Peralta is young and we knew he was raw. He's the same age Brian Gonzalez was in Delmarva last season and Gonzo vastly improved with a second season at Low-A. If Peralta is a long-term project where we see a lot of upside, would it make sense to keep him here next season and refine his stuff?

It's probably important to know that they are probably capping him at 5 innings - so not exactly a case of not having "made it out of the 5th inning".

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4 free passes (3 walks and a hit batsman) over 5 innings pitched.

6 strikeouts, and only 1 run.

 

15 OUTS: 6 Strikeouts, 4 Flyouts, 2 Popouts, 2 Lineouts, 1 Groundouts

 

OFELKY PERALTA REYNOSO o))o (vs. Regular-A Lexington, 8/26)

IP:l lll5

H:;; ll3 ll(3 Singles)

R:l) .l1

BB:)ll3 *

SO:)ll6

Pitches: l l91 ll(56 lStrikes, l35 lBalls)

2016 ERA: l l4.01 ll(Regular-A Delmarva)

 

* Peralta also had 1 Hit Batsman

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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23 l)(11 lStrikes, .12 ..Balls)

10 l)(71 lStrikes, )l31 )Balls)

18 l)(12 lStrikes, lll61 .Balls)

11 l)(81 lStrikes, ...31 .Balls)

29 l)(18 lStrikes, .11 olBalls)

 

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Peralta goes to the mound tonight for his 23rd start of the season where he'll (hopefully) go over 100 innings for the season. I was really surprised when I checked his season stats and saw he hadn't thrown 100 innings yet, but when looking at his logs, he hasn't made it out of the 5th inning 8 times this season, twice this month, including his last outing where he didn't get out of the first.

Peralta is young and we knew he was raw. He's the same age Brian Gonzalez was in Delmarva last season and Gonzo vastly improved with a second season at Low-A. If Peralta is a long-term project where we see a lot of upside, would it make sense to keep him here next season and refine his stuff?

Nope continue to challenge him IMO until he falters. Gonz repeated the level because he utterly failed....

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6 free passes (5 walks and a hit batsman) in only 4 innings pitched.

Horrendous Strikes-to-Balls ratio.

 

12 OUTS: 5 Strikeouts, 3 Groundouts, 2 Lineouts (Including 2 Double Plays)

 

OFELKY PERALTA REYNOSO )))))) (vs. Advanced-A Potomac, 4/11)

IP:llll4

H:lllll3 ll(1 Double2 Singles)

R:lllllll1

BB:)l)5 *

SO:)l)5

Pitches: )l 86 )l(42 )Strikes, )44 )Balls)

2017 ERA: )l 2.25 (Advanced-A Frederick)

2017 WHIP: )l 2.000 (Advanced-A Frederick)

2017 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .231 (Advanced-A Frederick) )))  3 for 13

 

* Peralta also had 1 Hit Batsman

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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24 ll(12 ).Strikes, l.l12 ))Balls)

16 )l(91 llStrikes, l o71 lBalls)

18 )l(51 llStrikes, l l13 ))Balls)

28 )l(16 llStrikes, l .12 .llBalls)

 

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5 shutout innings today, 1 hit, 4 walks and 9 strikeouts.    After two outings, he's carrying a 1.00 ERA.

He's walking too many guys but missing a lot of bats.  

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51 minutes ago, Frobby said:

5 shutout innings today, 1 hit, 4 walks and 9 strikeouts.    After two outings, he's carrying a 1.00 ERA.

He's walking too many guys but missing a lot of bats.  

Could have the best pure stuff in the system. Still only 19 (for a few more days).  One of the youngest players in the Carolina League I imagine.  

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2 hours ago, ChuckS said:

Could have the best pure stuff in the system. Still only 19 (for a few more days).  One of the youngest players in the Carolina League I imagine.  

One of the exciting things about the Keys is we have three guys who just turned (or about to turn) 20 -- Reyes and Mountcastle were born in February and Peralta in April.  I just looked, and it appears Peralta is the 5th-youngest player in the league, Reyes 7th and Mountcastle 8th.   

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