(NYY) AAA: 3-0, 2.38 ERA, 9 SV, 41.2 IP, 55 K, 18 BB, 1.08 WHIP
Posted 25 July 2018 - 03:37 PM
He should be here now.
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I never had friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve. Jesus, does anyone?
Posted 02 August 2018 - 06:25 PM
Good baseball name...
"You say you've lost your faith, but that's not where its at.
You have no faith to lose, and ya know it" - Bob Dylan
Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:52 AM
Showalter on Carroll: “His command. It’s a young guy finding his way, a couple steps forward, a step back. He’ll learn from it. He’s got a good arm. I really like his competitiveness. I don’t know. Got to come up with a better expression than ‘not scared.’ But he’s a confident guy. He’ll learn from it. I expect him to be better the next time out. I try to keep in mind - and I think we all should - that these guys are making major league debuts and kind of seeing things for the first time. So, I try to keep that in mind. But they’re going to get a great opportunity here.”
Showalter on back-to-back two-out walks: “It’s just a lesson that you’ve got to keep your foot on the pedal because guys that are hitting ninth here are hitting third in Triple-A, and guys on the bench are hitting third and fourth in Triple-A. So, there’s danger everywhere you go. His balls-to-strikes weren’t as good as you might think they were the way (Hess) cruised. Got hurt with his changeup tonight, too. Elevated some changeups. It’s not just a young pitcher trying to grow through some things - a couple of them tonight - but also young catchers.”
Posted 24 March 2019 - 03:50 PM
(#18) Cody Carroll, RHP
Ceiling: 40 Risk: Moderate ETA: 2018 Role Description: Middle Relief
Ht/Wt: 6’5” / 215 lbs. B/T: R/R Highest Level: MLB Age (as of April 1, 2019): 26y, 5m
Acquired from the Yankees in the Zach Britton deal last summer, Carroll struggled with his control in a brief Major League stint. Presuming he can get that under control, he has the stuff to fit a middle relief role and could factor into Baltimore’s bullpen mix next season. His fastball touches the high-90s and averaged an impressive 96 mph over 15 big league appearances. Carroll’s slider is an average pitch that should keep hitters off the fastball.
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