2011 MLB Draft – Matt Barnes – Boston Red Sox
Barnes made his debut with the Red Sox in 2014 and has been a part of their bullpen ever since.
In 143.1 innings pitched he has a career ERA of 4.40 with a WHIP of 1.44 and a K/9 of 9.1. He is having his best year for the Red Sox in 2017 with an ERA of 3.65 in 24.2 innings with a K/9 of 9.9.
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2012 MLB Draft – Michael Wacha – St. Louis Cardinals
Wacha was drafted out of Texas A&M and made his debut with the Cardinals one year late.
He made the All Star team in 2015 when he posted an ERA of 3.38 in 181.1 innings. He has a career ERA of 3.83 in 545 innings pitched and 479 strikeouts.
After three really good years in the big leagues, Wacha has regressed of late.
2013 MLB Draft – Marco Gonzales – St. Louis Cardinals
The Cardinals tried to double-up on college arms taking Gonzales at 19 in the 2013 MLB Draft.
He was viewed as a top prospect, but injuries and inconsistency have set him back. He has 37.1 innings in the big leagues with an ERA of 4.82.
He’s currently pitching well in Triple-A for the Cardinals and could be called back up as a starter soon after missing all of 2016 with an injury.
2014 MLB Draft – Nick Howard – Cincinnati Reds
Make that five straight college pitchers taken at 19. Howard was a high profile arm out of the University of Virginia.
However, Howard has been a complete bust with the Reds so far with an ERA of 5.60 in three minor league seasons.