Cleveland Steamers wrote:I would go Zumaya. I dont know how a pitcher can sport the numbers Zumaya has with this so called "lack of control." The guy can hit triple digits and may be a frontline starter. If he isnt a starter, he definitely can be a top tier closer. I just like that he has proven himself on every level outside of the actual Tigers/
If you have seen his numbers, then I'm not sure how you can miss his walk ratio. In the last 2 years he has basically averaged 4.5 BB's for every 9 innings pitched, that is pretty bad control. He can do it in the minors with the stuff he has, but he won't get away with it long term in the majors.