Trevor Rosenthal, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals
- Coming off a season in which he out-pitched his 4.11 ERA (120.1 innings, 111 hits, seven home runs, 133:39 K:BB, 3.07 FIP) as a 21-year-old in the Midwest League (Low-A) in 2011, Rosenthal skipped the Florida State League and started 2012 in the Double-A Texas League. In 17 starts there and three more in the Pacific Coast League, he proved to be the solid mid-rotation starter many expected (109 innings, 78 hits, 36 earned runs, seven home runs, 104:42 K:BB). As a starter, Rosenthal would attack hitters with a fastball in the low-90s, which at times touched 96 mph, along with his curveball and changeup. Both secondary offerings are average major league pitches, though he is throwing two variations of his curveball these days. It was not until Rosenthal was moved to the bullpen upon being called up to the majors that his stuff started to really play up. Out of the bullpen, his average fastball was at 97 mph and he was routinel You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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