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October 14, 2021 Morning Edition: Orioles News Roundup


This is your Orioles Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of October 14, 2021.


A Look at Orioles Pitchers’ Horizontal Movement on Pitches


Chris Ellis

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 6.2 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 9.7 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He tends to get less horizontal movement on his curve than most pitchers as his horizontal movement is 2.2 inches on average for each pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 1.8 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Cole Sulser

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 4.9 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 7.9 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 9.5 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 2.7 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • John Means

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 3.9 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 7.5 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 7.6 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 2.0 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Tyler Wells

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 2.6 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 7.9 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 4.2 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 2.5 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Dillon Tate

  • In absolute terms, his Four Seam Fastball has far more horizontal movement than most pitchers, it gets 7.2 inches of horizontal movement each time.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 9.7 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a curveball or he does not throw it enough to qualify.
  • He tends to get less horizontal movement on his slider than most pitchers as his horizontal movement is 1.5 inches on average for each pitch.
  • Marcos Diplan

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 0.5 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 3.9 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 4.1 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a slider or he does not throw it enough to qualify.
  • Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

    “While Leyba fizzled out, Urías made the most of the opportunity. The Orioles recalled Urías the next day, but another move came as a surprise. It was time for Urías and Leyba to prove their worth at the major league level. Urías should have every opportunity to prove he belongs.”

    Above is the summary of: The emergence of Ramón Urías ranks among top highlights from 2021 season… tap or click to check out the full article.

    “The Orioles shut him down for the season after he tossed just 31.2 innings. He is yet to throw over 100 innings in a season. Something that has haunted Hall for much of his professional career is his control, and that was back again this season. Even if Hall begins the season on time, his development has likely been stunted to some extent.”

    Above is the summary of: Orioles prospect season in review: D.L. Hall and Drew Rom… tap or click to check out the full article.

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