July 16, 2021 Morning Edition: Marlins News Roundup


This is your Marlins Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of July 16, 2021.


A Look at Marlins Pitchers’ Velocity Metrics


Anthony Bender

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 96.8 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Anthony Bender wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 7.8. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 84.5 miles per hour.

Zach Thompson

His Fastball is below average in terms of velocity and he throws it on average 92.9 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Zach Thompson wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 7.9. His Four Seam Fastball has an above average velocity difference from his Curveball, which is helpful in the art of pitching. He does not feature a slider or he does not throw it enough to qualify.

Trevor Rogers

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 94.6 miles per hour. The difference between his average Four Seam Fastball and Changeup in terms of velocity is 9.5. This is rather average for a MLB pitcher. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He throws a softer slider than the average pitcher, his slider velocity is only 82.1 miles per hour.

Richard Bleier

His Fastball is below average in terms of velocity and he throws it on average 89.8 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Richard Bleier wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 6.8. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He throws a softer slider than the average pitcher, his slider velocity is only 78.9 miles per hour.

John Curtiss

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 95.1 miles per hour. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Changeup because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 87.9 miles per hour.

Dylan Floro

His Fastball is below average in terms of velocity and he throws it on average 93.5 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Dylan Floro wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 7.3. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He does not feature a slider or he does not throw it enough to qualify.

Pablo Lopez

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 93.9 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Pablo Lopez wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 5.9. His Four Seam Fastball has a below average velocity difference from his Curveball, which is not very good as hitters looking for a Fastball could find a way to still make good timed contact with his Curveball given the lack of velocity difference. It is only a 13.7 MPH difference. He does not feature a slider or he does not throw it enough to qualify.

Sandy Alcantara

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 97.7 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Sandy Alcantara wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 6.1. His Four Seam Fastball has a below average velocity difference from his Curveball, which is not very good as hitters looking for a Fastball could find a way to still make good timed contact with his Curveball given the lack of velocity difference. It is only a 13.9 MPH difference. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 90.3 miles per hour.

Yimi Garcia

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 96.1 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Yimi Garcia wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 7.7. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He throws a softer slider than the average pitcher, his slider velocity is only 83.8 miles per hour.

Jordan Holloway

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 95.3 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Jordan Holloway wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 4.8. His Four Seam Fastball has an above average velocity difference from his Curveball, which is helpful in the art of pitching. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 85.5 miles per hour.

Anthony Bass

He throws an above-average Fastball in velocity and he throws it on average 95.4 miles per hour. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Changeup because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 85.4 miles per hour.

Ross Detwiler

His Fastball is below average in terms of velocity and he throws it on average 91.8 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Ross Detwiler wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 6.3. His Four Seam Fastball has a below average velocity difference from his Curveball, which is not very good as hitters looking for a Fastball could find a way to still make good timed contact with his Curveball given the lack of velocity difference. It is only a 14.3 MPH difference. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 85.2 miles per hour.

Nick Neidert

His Fastball is below average in terms of velocity and he throws it on average 92.2 miles per hour. The difference between his average Four Seam Fastball and Changeup in terms of velocity is 8.3. This is rather average for a MLB pitcher. His Four Seam Fastball has an above average velocity difference from his Curveball, which is helpful in the art of pitching. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 85.9 miles per hour.

Cody Poteet

His Fastball is below average in terms of velocity and he throws it on average 93.6 miles per hour. The lack of a meaningful change in velocities is a problem if Cody Poteet wants to continue using a Changeup in his arsenal. The difference between his Fastball and Changeup is 6.8. His Four Seam Fastball has a below average velocity difference from his Curveball, which is not very good as hitters looking for a Fastball could find a way to still make good timed contact with his Curveball given the lack of velocity difference. It is only a 14.3 MPH difference. He features a slider that generates above-average velocity on average, which is 85.7 miles per hour.

Daniel Castano

His Fastball is below average in terms of velocity and he throws it on average 90.2 miles per hour. The difference between his average Four Seam Fastball and Changeup in terms of velocity is 8.8. This is rather average for a MLB pitcher. We are not able to compare his Four Seam Fastball to his Curveball because he does not feature both pitches in his repertoire. He throws a softer slider than the average pitcher, his slider velocity is only 80.4 miles per hour.

Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

“ET Rookie FCL Marlins at FCL Mets, 12:00 ET Marlins at Phillies (doubleheader), 4:05 ET Triple-A Jacksonville at Durham, 6:35 ET Low-A Jupiter at Fort Myers, 7:00 ET High-A Beloit vs. LHP Luis Palacios through his second consecutive (seven-inning) complete game and SS Yiddi Cappe hit the first home run of his professional career. Chattanooga, 7:35 ET Thursday’s MiLB scores: Jacksonville won, 7-6; Pensacola won, 2-1; Beloit lost, 5-3; Jupiter won, 9-2 and 2-1 (doubleheader); DSL Marlins lost, 5-1. Baseball America considers Max Meyer the Marlins’ most outstanding minor league player of the first half of the season.”

Above is the summary of: Offishial news, 7/16/21: More draft reaction; second-half breakout candidate… tap or click to check out the full article.

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Above is the summary of: Here Are Some Interesting Facts About the Miami Marlins… tap or click to check out the full article.

“Nationals: Mack Anglin, RHP (13th round) We certainly could have gone with 11th overall pick Brady House here, but the potential for the Nats to add Anglin in the 13th round is just too great. Mets: Kumar Rocker, RHP (1st round) Could this be anyone else? Sure, it wasn’t out of the realm of possibility that the Vanderbilt right-hander could drop to the Mets at No. Rockies: Jaden Hill, RHP (2nd round) After getting the toolsy high school outfielder Benny Montgomery in Round 1, the Rockies rolled the dice on Hill, who had Tommy John surgery this spring. Pirates: Bubba Chandler, RHP (3rd round) We had Chandler, an exciting two-way player who could have also played football at Clemson, all over our first-round mocks, but the Pirates managed to get him in Round 3 (where he’ll undoubtedly sign for well above slot).”

Above is the summary of: Here are our favorite picks from the Draft… tap or click to check out the full article.

“Astros prospects stats » Cubs: Ryan Jensen, RHP (No. The 23-year-old drove home two with a base hit in the first and then struck again for a two-run homer in the second. The 20-year-old allowed one hit, walked two and struck out five, including four straight in the second and third innings. 47), Double-A Frisco Hans Crouse, RHP (No.”

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