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    6 shutout innings and his first high A win yesterday. 8 Ks

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    Since the Orioles are one of only 2 teams with a record worse than the Reds, I don't know whether to feel sorry for Zac...or glad because he might have a better chance of moving up quickly.
    ...he went up late, and I was already up there.

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    With his curve I wonder what his high side is?

    Reliever? I thought I read his fast ball is slow.


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    Orioles 2018 Prospects

    15) Zac Lowther, LHP, Grade C+: Age 21, compensation round pick in 2017 from Xavier University; dominant in New York-Penn League with 1.66 ERA in 54 innings, 75/11 K/BB, just 35 hits and one homer allowed; fastball isn’t especially fast around 90 but it plays up due to movement, command, and solid secondary pitches (curve, change); pitchability will make short work of A-ball so Double-A will be the first real test, could be fine number four starter, maybe more, if command remains this impressive at higher levels; ETA 2020.
    ...he went up late, and I was already up there.

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    Thanks for that Paulxu. I thought his curve was his pitch. He must have a split finger fast ball or similar to pair with a nice curve.


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