Alrght sorry for the delay, it's been somewhat hectic the last few days.
I'll start with the good, which would be Milledge. Lastings seems quite a bit more patient at the plate this year as compared to him in the past. He didn't swing out fastballs off the plate or breaking balls in the dirt, which is a very good sign as it shows he is developing. Though with that said, I can't be sure on how much he has improved in that area. While it's true he wasn't swinging at bad pitches, it's also a fact that pitchers were simply not throwing to him much at all. I'd say his walks where maybe more due to how the pitcher was pitching, instead of Milledge's improved discipline. He has improved, but with out watching more games, I can't say how much.
Some parts of Milledge's game are still raw, as is his base running. Right now he seems to rely more on his speed then reading the pitchers and getting good jumps. When I saw him I just didn't get the impression he was really concentrating, seems somewhat lackadaisical out there. There is no questioning his physical tools though as his speed is outstanding and so is his bat speed. He turned on a few high fastballs over the plate, sending one off the wall in left center. Right now he looks like a toolsy player that is starting to develope into more, which is defiantly a good sign.
Well I guess that leaves us with the bad/ugly, being Humber. He had completely no control of his fastball when I saw him, in fact he had a few Ankiel moments out there. One went quite a few feet behind a hitter and straight to the back stop. The only pitch he could throw maybe half the time for strikes was his curveball, which looked pretty good when it was on. He also has a splitter, but since his control of his fastball was questionable at best, he only threw it a few times. One of the few times he threw it, it looked pretty nasty.
In conclusion, I obviously caught him on a really bad day as he was beaten up badly. His fastball when he threw it for strikes wasn't that good of a pitch, it sat low 90's (from what I heard the scouts say) but it didn't seem to have much life to it. His curve should be an above average pitch, but he needs to be able to control it much better. I'm sure he is a better pitcher from what I saw, but it didn't give me a good impression of him to say the least.