Luis Peralta: Trying To Learn From Early Season Failures

While a lot of the numbers on the stat sheet for the Bradenton Marauders don't jump out at you, there is one that specifically does, and it belongs to pitcher Luis Peralta.
The lefty has put up video game type strikeout numbers this season, striking out 41 batters in 21 2/3 innings. The issue of course has been his control, walking 20 batters. After his last outing on May 24th, where he walked four in 1 1/3 innings, Peralta was placed on the Development List for a chance to work out some details.
“He just needs to reset himself. He’s got great stuff. He’s got to get himself back in the tune,” Bradenton Manager Jonathan Johnston told Pirates Prospects. “Sometimes you get off the tracks a little bit early in the season, with all of the emotions, all of the failures that they have to learn ...



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Murph you really oughta be taking credit for these cumulative pitch metrics, that’s on you buddy!


2024… Wonder if I get 50% correct
(Yep, no Reynolds 🙁 )

C: Davis/Sabol
1b: Martin/Triolo
2b: Gonzales/Bae
ss: Pegero/Cruz
3b. Hayes/Triolo
LF: Suwinski/Marcano
CF: Swaggerty/Bae
RF: Cruz/Scott
DH: Martin/Sabol


SS Peguero
2B Gonzalez
LF Reynolds
DH Cruz 
1B  Davis 
C.   Rodriguez 
3B Hayes
CF Swaggerty
RF  Fraizer

RH Contreras 
RH. Priester
RH Jones
RH  Burrow
LH. Sommerto 


Seems reasonable, what do you see for pitching?


Too many variables and attrition possibilities…I suspect/hope some “major” arms can/will have to come via trades.


Cruz First Base. He has developed Pedro arm, need to put him where he can play without throwing the ball in the stands.

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