Archie Bradley didn’t come out of the gate looking like a pitcher ready to coast through the Minor Leagues. He has tremendous potential, but his development may take a bit more time compared to other highly touted pitchers from the same 2011 draft because he has problems consistently getting the ball over the plate. Free passes have been Bradley’s bugaboo. That said, his other peripherals look excellent. He misses bats, he keeps the ball on the ground, and he’s very tough to center the ball against.
Bradley’s fastball and curveball can truly be lethal; each pitch plays off the other. The fastball registers between…
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