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Clayton Kershaw / LHP / starter

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The phenom, Clayton Kershaw, deals a low-mid 90s fastball that could be dominant coming from the leftside. He also throws a big, hard, hammer of a curveball and has shown a straight changeup. At only 20 years old, the Texan still has lots of time to improve. 6/24/08 CSJ

*fastball(91-95), curve(71-75), changeup(86)


Hiroki Kuroda / RHP / starter

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Hiroki's delivery looks a lot like his teammate's, Takashi Saito. They both have a smooth motion from which the ball flies out of. Kuroda throws a fastball/splitter combo to LHs. His split has high velocity, often resembling a 2-seam fastball. For breaking pitches, Kuroda throws a slider and curveball. 10/24/08 CSJ

*fastball(90-95), splitter(84-89), slider(82-86), curve(78-81)

Jonathan Broxton / RHP / closer

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The heavy-legged Jon Broxton brings it. His fastball is often in the mid-upper 90s and his razorblade slider can be impossible to hit in the upper-80s. He will mix in the occasional changeup. Broxton has established himself as one of the best relief pitchers in baseball. 4/1/09 CSJ

*fastball(94-100), slider(86-90), changeup(87-88)

Ronald Belisario / RHP / reliever

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Belisario went from being an average AA pitcher in the Pirates organization, to a successful major league pitcher for the Dodgers in one season. He's throwing a hard, upper-90s fastball that is dominating hitters in 2009. 6/11/09 CSJ

*fastball(95-98), slider, changeup

Brent Leach / LHP / reliever

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Leach looks like Joe Beimel, but luckily for Leach, he has a better repertoire than Beimel. Brent throws a low-90s fastball and good straight changeup. Leach's curve appears to be a below average pitch. 6/11/09 CSJ

*fastball(91-94), changeup(83-85), curve(79-80)

Chad Billingsley / RHP / starter

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Billingsley is a fastball/breaking ball pitcher that has quickly established himself as one of the top pitchers in the game. He has a compact delivery and a good arm, pumping in naturally cutting fastballs in the low-mid 90s. He mixes in many tight sliders that he varies considerably. He can throw his slider with a standard break, and then tighten it up to bust LHs inside. Billingsley likes to start batters off by dropping in his curveball to get ahead. Chad's fourth pitch is his rarely used changeup. 6/11/09 CSJ

*fastball(89-95), slider(85-91), curve(74-81), changeup(83-87)

Hong-Chi Kuo / LHP / setup reliever

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Kuo is known for his dominant velocity and his sketchy command. He has the ability to stikeout batters in bunches as a starter or reliever. However, the chances are almost equal that he will walk the park instead. His fastball is a mid-90s pitch, and he breaks off two spinners. His curve is a big pitch that he slows his arm down to throw, while his slider is sharp in the mid-80s. Kuo has shown changeups in the past. 5/27/08 CSJ

*fastball(92-98), curve(76-81), slider(86-89), changeup(85-87)

George Sherrill / LHP / reliever

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George battled through numerous scary situations to record tons of saves for the O's in 2008. He uses a naturally cutting fastball and sweeping curveball as his main weapons. He's been known to try a rare changeup, but has basically phased that pitch out. Sherrill has had random bouts with wildness, and his stuff is too hittable to be a dominant closer. 5/27/09 CSJ

*fastball(88-93), curve(74-78), changeup(82)

Ramon Troncoso / RHP / reliever

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Troncoso has hit the major leagues dealing. He throws a short-armed fastball that can get some good run towards his arm side. Then he'll mix in a solid curveball that gets good drop. I'm sure Ramon deals an offspeed pitch of some sort, but I haven't seen it yet. 6/11/09 CSJ

*fastball(90-95), curve(78-81)

Cory Wade / RHP / reliever

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Wade is not a hard thrower, but he has a good curveball and changeup. His curve is a big breaker, a real 12-6er that can miss bats. Wade throws his fastball in the upper-80s, touching 90 mph at times. His plus command makes this repertoire effective. 6/11/09 CSJ

*fastball(86-91), curve(73-78), changeup(79-82)


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