First 2 innings 87-89+90; third inning, 85-88. Pretty much what he has been throwing up there all season for those paying attention - fringe average fastball folks (except for the first 3 weeks of the season when he sat90-93). Badler also mentioned that his curveball was 'meh'. If you've been keeping up on my Kiker-Kritiques, all this will come as no surprise.
Omar Poveda's complete game shutout (0ER) to keep Frisco's playoff hopes alive offers up a nice contrast and (not-so) subtly suggests who had the better year in their AA developmental stage. I'll go one step further. Poveda will be a viable candidate for a rotation spot next year out of spring training. However, given the amount of nice candidates with ML experience he doesn't really stand a chance of beating the other 3-4 guys out of the final spot. If this was 2006 or 2007, different story. However, he could see action next year in case of a rash of injuries as he will be ready before Kirkman and Kiker, who, as i've said before, should end up in the TX pen (possibly as soon as next year). It is more likely that he ends up as trade bait in a deadline or winter deal.