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Ben Lindbergh: Yes. Sale scares me even a little more than most pitchers, which is already a lot. Kemp averaged 159 games in the four seasons before 2012, so I'm not too down on his durability yet.
Ben Lindbergh: Welcome to BP! But I'm not entirely sure what you're asking. Fantasy draft strategies? Uh...don't use your first pick on a pitcher? Don't draft closers early? Can you tell I haven't played fantasy for a few years? We have an excellent fantasy stuff who'd be happy to help you with any strategy questions via email, on Twitter, or in BP chats.
Ben Lindbergh: There have certainly been plenty of MLB hitting coaches who hit like pitchers, but I'm not aware of any who actually were primarily pitchers (or vice versa). I just asked my predecessor, Steven Goldman, who knows more about baseball history than I do, and he couldn't think of anyone offhand. If anyone knows of any, please pipe up.
Justin (Chicago, IL): One name I can think of for the \"primary position as a professional player was pitcher? Or vice versa\" question is Dave Duncan. He was a hitter as a player but a great pitching coach.
Ben Lindbergh: Oh, of course, yes. Was primarily trying to think of pitchers who became hitting coaches. Catchers-turned-pitching coaches have been a bit more common, starting (maybe) with Wilbert Robinson.
Ben Lindbergh: There's not a lot of time for fun stories when I pay a visit to the MLB Network studios, since it basically boils down to going over my notes, talking to Brian Kenny for a few minutes, and then going back out into beautiful, sunny Secaucus, New Jersey as I make my way back to Manhattan. Everyone is very friendly, and \"Hey, I was on TV!\" is a fun story for me, but that's not as entertaining for anyone else.One thing I will say--the area where all the Clubhouse Confidential magic happens is right by the area where people with access to the entire MLB Network TV archives cut clips and such. I always want to press my face up against the glass and watch what they're doing. Think of the GIFs I could make!
Charlie Manuel (the hills of West Virginia): I'm working on my starting outfield for this season. Who should I play? 500 ABs to Ben Revere? How about Domonic Brown? John Mayberry Jr.? Is Delmon Young better than any of these guys? Where in the world is Shane Victorino?
Ben Lindbergh: I like Medlen. Not to keep up the Maddux act, but to be a solid mid-rotation guy. I was actually surprised by how optimistic PECOTA was: projected to be the 22nd-best pitcher, by WARP.
Jason Cole: Well, Archer is a starting pitcher for me, a 2/3 type who's probably more of a no. 3 because of the command. The stuff is top of the line, though. There's always that chance he ends up in the bullpen because of the two wipeout pitches, but I do believe in Archer as a starter. Colome and Torres are still relievers for me, but they can be good ones. Whatever the Rays have done with Torres is working, as most scouts I was speaking to had written him off by the end of last season. It's a plus fastball and it's an absolutely nasty changeup. An Alex Torres throwing strikes is a good big league reliever. I'll give Colome a slight more chance to start, but still think that's a seventh- or eighth-inning type of arm.
Jason Cole: Urias has been highly impressive given his age, and the stuff is solid. He's a polished lefty with a smooth delivery who can run his fastball up to 94 mph and flash a very advanced changeup. Not many 16-year-old pitchers could be getting outs in Low-A and Urias isn't just doing that, he has kind of dominated.
Jason Cole: It may take an injury, yeah. The first-world problem of having a loaded big-league team. But you never know what will happen. Not long ago, it looked like the Cardinals wouldn't have any room in their MLB rotation for all those solid starting pitchers down in Memphis, and now three-fifths of them are on the big-league roster. Wong has been really impressive this year. I'll see him (and the Memphis squad) next week in Round Rock. Can't wait for that series. I'll be writing it up at BP, for sure.
cracker73 (Florida): Why the concern for the height of starting pitchers, like Carlos Martinez? He is bigger than many HOF starting pitchers like Whitey Ford and Warren Spahn. They were durable, even though they pitched every 4th day, and completed may of their games? Are today's pitchers soft?
Jason Cole: I don't think it's all on height. In fact I think little of it is. I think Martinez is a starting pitcher. For a guy like Ventura, he has added weight over the last few years, but he's still a very small-statured guy without a lot of meat on that frame. Even a lot of the shorter starting pitchers that we see today who have mostly held up (Vargas, Cueto to name two of them) have bigger frames despite the height. You won't find many big-league SPs that are Ventura's size, but I still think there's a decent chance to start because everything else works so well.
JJ (Work): Former Aggies pitcher John Stilson is pitching pretty well for Buffalo AAA. When is he likely to get the call to Toronto? There seem to be conflicting reports on what his best secondary pitch is, is it his split/change or curve and how would you grade them?
Jason Cole: No problem at all. Every team seems to approach this differently, and I think many teams approach it differently depending upon the prospect. There's no doubt that Triple-A baseball is a step above Double-A baseball. But one factor you get in Triple-A is the clubhouses. While you're around older, more mature players, a lot of times they're guys who are just playing it out. You can get kind of a stale feeling around many Triple-A clubhouses, and that's not always the best thing for an up-and-coming prospect. Lots of older guys who are just kind of showing up to the ballpark and going through the motions. I know that's one thing some teams like to avoid subjecting their prospects to. It