Hunter: 92, 93
Lamb: 92, struck out side, threw all 3 pitches (tex2044)
Santo Perez: 93, lots of ground balls (shroom)
Wieland: "mostly" 88-90+91, 74-78, 82 SL (Lucas)
Jackson: 92-95 (93), 78-81, 84 (one) (Lucas)
David Perez: 92-96 early, 89-92 late (tex2044)
Bell: 91-93 (Lucas)
Gomez: 88-93 (Lucas)
Looked terrible. Left meatballs high in the zone and got whacked. Failed to get out of the first. Was supposed to go 4 or 65 pitches, but got only 2 outs on about 35. Couldn't throw a strike with any of his pitches. Sat 83, touched 84 and 85 once each.
CB Looked great. FB command was great in 1st inning, everything low in zone, missing high more in 2nd inning of work. 94-96, mostly 95-96.
1. (vs LH)
FB SS 96, FB SS 95, CB B OSC 83, FB SOS 95
CB SS 84, FB LOW, FB SS UP & IN 96, CB F, CB GO SHORT
FB CS 96, CB BOUNCES 80, FB F, FB F, CB SOS FT
CB CS, BB (SLIDER OR FLAT CB) LOW, FB F, CB F, CB CSO
FB SS 95, FB HIGH OS, FB SS, FB WAY HIGH, CB FT (BARELY), FB AO SHALLOW LF
FB HIGH 95, FB HIGH, FB CS 94, FB F, CB CSO
"His fastball is his predominant pitch and his curveball is a putaway option. But now he has a slider he can throw for strikes whenever he wants. The sllider is above the changeup now. He can throw it for strikes and create action on it with tilt and depth. It tends to find the bottom of the bat. His changeup, it's a useable pitch, but it isn't consistent." (Brad Holman)
Missed cut off man...