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    San Diego selects Cody Sedlock, SP, BAL

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    Can I get scouting report from BA on Sedlock. I really can't trust Baltimore's media spin like this. Lol

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/o...625-story.html.

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    2. Cody Sedlock, rhp |
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    Born: June 19, 1995. B-T: R-R. Ht.: 6-4. Wt.: 205. Drafted: Illinois, 2016 (1st round). Signed by: Dan Durst.

    Background: Sedlock threw just 63 innings in his first two seasons at Illinois but thrived in the Cape Cod League in 2015, when he ranked as the No. 18 prospect. He maintained the momentum in 2016 to become the Big 10 Conference pitcher of the year and Illinois’s third-ever first-round pick—the Illini’s second in two years—while setting an school record with 116 strikeouts in 101.1 innings. The Orioles drafted him 27th overall and signed him for a slot bonus of $2,097,200. He ranked as the No. 5 prospect in the short-season New York-Penn League.

    Scouting Report: Sedlock has the build, balanced delivery and repertoire of a workhorse power pitcher. His fastball works in the low 90s and touches 97 mph with strong sink and late life. His curveball and slider flash above-average and show plus potential, but he doesn’t always have both working at the same time. His changeup flashes average and ranks as a fourth pitch, behind his fastball, slider and curve. He holds runners well and was timed at 1.2 seconds to the plate. The Orioles loved his athleticism, work ethic and competitiveness and ability to elevate his game when in jams.

    The Future: The Orioles held Sedlock to nine outings of three innings each at short-season Aberdeen. The season workload of around 130 innings, counting college, sets him up well for 2017. He could start at high Class A Frederick in 2017 and will move fast if he performs.

    Read more at http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...67DlrOpHuqd.99

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    . Patrick Weigel, rhp

    Born: July 8, 1994. B-T: R-R. Ht.: 6-6. Wt.: 220. Drafted: Houston, 2015 (7th round). Signed by: Darin Vaughan.

    Background: Weigel pitched for three schools in college and was a reliever at Houston when the Braves made him a 2015 seventh-round pick. A mediocre pro debut at Rookie-level Danville that year did little to excite the masses before the righthander displayed the ability to throw four pitches for strikes at low Class A Rome in 2016. He wound up ranking second in the organization in wins (11) and ERA and tying for second in strikeouts (152) while finishing the season in Double-A.

    Scouting Report: Standing 6-foot-6 and possessing a live arm, Weigel has an intimidating presence on the mound. His fastball sits 94-95 mph and touches 98, which is velocity that overpowered most low Class A South Atlantic League hitters. He mixes his heater with a sweeping mid-70s curveball, a hard mid-80s slider with short, downward action and a changeup that is inconsistent but flashes plus potential when he throws it properly. The development of his changeup could determine whether Weigel starts or relieves at higher levels. He also has ironed out most of the control problems that hampered him in college but needs to fine-tune his command.

    The Future: A classic late bloomer, Weigel will return to Double-A Mississippi to open 2017 and could be knocking on the door to the big leagues by the end of this season.

    Read more at http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...y6qQmQxXEhE.99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafro View Post
    Can I get scouting report from BA on Sedlock. I really can't trust Baltimore's media spin like this. Lol

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/o...625-story.html.
    BA's pre-draft:

    "Sedlock pitched only sporadically as a freshman and sophomore at Illinois as he waited his turn behind upperclassmen like Tyler Jay and Kevin Duchene. This year, Sedlock moved into the Friday starter role and has responded with flashes of dominance as every offering has gotten better. Sedlock's curveball and slider both are above-average at their best and his changeup flashes average as well. His low-to-mid-90s fastball shows good plane and sink. Sedlock's dominance this year has come with some caveats. He's pitched a lot-he had a 10-inning, 132-pitch, 14-strikeout outing against Ohio State and he's topped 110 pitches in five of his first 11 starts."

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    Scouting grades: Fastball: 60 | Slider: 55 | Curveball: 50 | Changeup: 50 | Control: 50 | Overall: 50
    "The University of Illinois produced one of the better pitching prospects in the 2015 Draft in Tyler Jay, who dominated out of the bullpen before the Twins made him the No. 6 overall pick with an intention to develop him as a starter. Sedlock followed a similar path to become the Illini's second straight first-round pick in 2016, starring Cape Cod League while transitioning from the bullpen to the rotation, and then earning Big Ten Conference Pitcher of the Year honors in the spring after he set a school strikeout record by fanning 116 in 101 1/3 innings.
    Though Sedlock was primarily a reliever on a deep Illinois pitching staff in his first two college seasons, he has all of the ingredients to start. He throws four pitches, fills the strike zone, generates a lot of groundouts and has a strong 6-foot-3, 190-pound frame.
    Sedlock's best pitch is his heavy sinker, which sits at 91-93 mph when he starts and can reach 96 in shorter stints. He also can miss bats with his low-80s slider. Sedlock's curveball and changeup aren't as effective, but they have their moments as well."
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    4-14 and 4-17 available for an upcoming pick

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    I would like the miraculously unspoiled Jaime Schultz

    Commissioner please add for me. No green flag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jays4life19 View Post
    4-14 and 4-17 available for an upcoming pick
    I think I can squeeze another prospect onto my team. I'll bite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafro View Post
    Can I get scouting report from BA on Sedlock. I really can't trust Baltimore's media spin like this. Lol

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/o...625-story.html.
    I have his scouting report right here:

    He probably suxxxxxxx!

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    Nafro take your medication bro Calm Down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by King View Post
    Nafro take your medication bro Calm Down!
    No, he's being a total bro right now. Let the man notify

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
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    I'll send you the offer when your OTC. One guy I want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jays4life19 View Post
    I'll send you the offer when your OTC. One guy I want.
    I sent it to you on Fx, if he's available just click accept.

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