Nice to see a young man take this kind of approach to making himself the best pitcher he can be.
Obviously he becomes more interesting at 92-95 instead of 88-90, but have to caution a few things here.
One, that's still a pretty effort delivery so we'd have to see how he can hold up over multiple innings. I'd like to know the spin rate and of course, can he command and does his fastball have much movement.
Either way, this should be taken as a positive development and it will be interesting to watch him compete this year as a professional for the first time.
I will admit to a bit of morbid curiosity each year with Davis. It's honestly impressive how long he will take a beating of his own volition. I still like the guy, honestly, and it's fun when he runs into a dinger.
I'm curious about the changes, and doubtful they will have any impact. But it's something new to look for.
Honestly though I really think he's just going to have more knee problems.