The Giants are getting ready for four against Miami’s Marlins and to celebrate that, Ehsan Kassim of Marlin Maniac reached out to us to get an exchange of questions going to get to the teams better as we prepare to watch our boys in action at AT&T Park. You can check out the questions I asked him here. Some of the questions and answers from this post are also in Alex’s series preview which you can check out by clicking this link. I’ve bolded my questions for the visual contrast.
higher 90′s. He also features an impressive curveball. Koehler has been knocked around in the month to a tune of a 9.18 ERA and a FIP of 6.95.As for Jacob Turner, he was once a highly touted prep pitcher drafted by the Detroit Tigers. He was highly regarded as one of the top
pitching prospects in baseball, but has not lived up to expectations due to the Tigers rushing him through their system. Turner posses a fastball in the low-90′s, a curveball that is thought highly of, and a chanegup that is a work in progress.
out. A fair comparison would be the Giants offense without the services of Buster Posey.As for Marcell Ozuna, he is an extremely talented player that has some of the same traits as Stanton. He has a cannon arm and great power. After getting off to a hot start, Ozuna has hit a dry spell as of late, but he looks to be a promising player down the road for the
Would love to point out Adeiny Hechavarria to my Giants buddy. Hech has an unimpressive .248 wOBA early on, his defense at short stop is a marvel to watch. His bat maybe well below average but his defense is amazing to see in action. He has the range and the arm to be a perennial gold glover at his position, granted he starts to hit down the road.
The Marlins have not had a defensively talented short stop like Hech since Alex Gonzalez.