Grounded Polo wrote:He should be up in the summer and who knows about this season but long term, his average stuff won't be as noticeable once he reaches Pecota, where he should be able to shine anyway thanks to his extreme groundball tendencies.
Inman hit a bit of a wall in AA. He was still "okay" by the time the season shook out, but to me his prospect star fell a bit. I used to rank him and Gallardo kinda 1a and 1b in the Brewers system, but YoGa never had a season with an ERA above 2.90, which occurred in AAA. Inman was sporting a 5.45/1.36 prior to being traded, and then improved a bit in the SD system where he went 4.17/1.27. From the reports I've read, his stuff is really just average, and he projects more to being a bottom of the rotation type guy. My concern while following him is the change in his K/BB rate once he hit AA. But, he will only be 21 this year, he's got time to improve.