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2019 Projections (Preseason PECOTA - seasonal age 31)
IP ERA WHIP SO W L SV WARP
47.3 4.36 1.33 46 2 1 0 0.0
Birth Date12-8-1987
Height6' 6"
Weight240 lbs
Age31 years, 10 months, 13 days
BatsR
ThrowsR
1.12015
-0.42016
1.02017
0.22018
0.02019
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WARP Summary

MLB Statistics

Historical (past-seasons) WARP is now based on DRA..
cFIP and DRA are not available on a by-team basis and display as zeroes(0). See TOT line for season totals of these stats.
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YEAR Team Lg G GS IP W L SV H BB SO HR PPF H/9 BB/9 HR/9 K/9 GB% BABIP WHIP FIP ERA cFIP DRA DRA- WARP
2011 CLE MLB 4 4 17.7 0 1 0 26 7 14 1 102 13.2 3.6 0.5 7.1 0% .403 1.87 3.40 6.11 107 5.45 126.8 -0.1
2012 CLE MLB 22 22 125.3 6 8 0 133 38 110 19 98 9.6 2.7 1.4 7.9 0% .304 1.36 4.19 4.24 106 4.92 112.8 0.4
2013 CLE MLB 24 24 134.3 9 9 0 134 49 101 13 99 9.0 3.3 0.9 6.8 0% .295 1.36 4.05 3.75 117 5.54 132.8 -1.0
2014 CLE MLB 22 15 86.0 4 7 0 96 28 74 7 102 10.0 2.9 0.7 7.7 0% .332 1.44 3.47 5.23 107 5.11 125.3 -0.3
2015 CLE MLB 61 1 69.0 4 4 1 70 23 84 7 109 9.1 3.0 0.9 11.0 0% .346 1.35 3.11 3.00 87 3.33 77.9 1.1
2016 CLE MLB 53 2 52.3 3 2 0 53 23 54 6 113 9.1 4.0 1.0 9.3 35% .318 1.45 3.96 3.44 112 5.67 125.5 -0.4
2017 CLE MLB 50 0 62.0 2 2 0 53 21 66 8 7.7 3.0 1.2 9.6 37% .294 1.19 3.75 2.61 93 3.78 80.5 1.0
2018 CLE 0 41 0 41.7 1 2 0 47 10 34 7 106 10.2 2.2 1.5 7.3 43% .315 1.37 4.54 4.97 99 4.44 99.2 0.2
2018 DET 0 3 0 3.3 0 0 0 10 0 5 1 103 27.0 0.0 2.7 13.5 36% .692 3.00 4.09 21.60 91 4.81 107.4 0.0
2018 TOT MLB 44 0 45.0 1 2 0 57 10 39 8 106 11.4 2.0 1.6 7.8 43% .350 1.49 4.50 6.20 99 4.47 99.8 0.2
CareerMLB28068591.72935162219954269929.53.01.08.240%.3151.393.864.091054.83112.20.9

Statistics for All Levels

'opp' stats - Quality of opponents faced - have been moved and are available only as OPP_QUAL in the Statistics reports now.
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YEAR Team Lg LG G GS IP W L SV H BB SO HR PPF H/9 BB/9 HR/9 K/9 GB% BABIP WHIP FIP ERA cFIP DRA DRA-
2011 CLE MLB AL 4 4 17.7 0 1 0 26 7 14 1 102 13.2 3.6 0.5 7.1 0% .403 1.87 3.40 6.11 107 5.45 126.8
2011 COH AAA INT 25 25 154.7 12 3 0 155 31 128 11 106 9.0 1.8 0.6 7.4 0% .308 1.20 3.22 3.32 85 3.81 77.9
2012 CLE MLB AL 22 22 125.3 6 8 0 133 38 110 19 98 9.6 2.7 1.4 7.9 0% .304 1.36 4.19 4.24 106 4.92 112.8
2012 COH AAA INT 11 11 63.3 5 2 0 59 19 52 5 112 8.4 2.7 0.7 7.4 0% .300 1.23 3.53 2.98 95 4.04 84.1
2013 CLE MLB AL 24 24 134.3 9 9 0 134 49 101 13 99 9.0 3.3 0.9 6.8 0% .295 1.36 4.05 3.75 117 5.54 132.8
2013 AKR AA EAS 1 1 3.3 0 0 0 4 1 5 0 98 10.8 2.7 0.0 13.5 0% .444 1.50 1.21 5.40 0 0.00 0.0
2013 COH AAA INT 1 1 6.0 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 102 3.0 3.0 0.0 3.0 0% .125 0.67 3.53 0.00 122 3.59 78.0
2014 CLE MLB AL 22 15 86.0 4 7 0 96 28 74 7 102 10.0 2.9 0.7 7.7 0% .332 1.44 3.47 5.23 107 5.11 125.3
2014 LKC A MID 1 1 4.3 0 0 0 9 1 4 0 106 18.7 2.1 0.0 8.3 0% .529 2.31 2.32 6.23 88 6.88 145.7
2014 COH AAA INT 11 11 69.0 7 1 0 57 14 59 3 107 7.4 1.8 0.4 7.7 0% .276 1.03 2.85 2.09 84 2.99 63.3
2015 CLE MLB AL 61 1 69.0 4 4 1 70 23 84 7 109 9.1 3.0 0.9 11.0 0% .346 1.35 3.11 3.00 87 3.33 77.9
2016 CLE MLB AL 53 2 52.3 3 2 0 53 23 54 6 113 9.1 4.0 1.0 9.3 35% .318 1.45 3.96 3.44 112 5.67 125.5
2016 AKR AA EAS 2 0 2.0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 4.5 0.0 0.0 9.0 60% .200 0.50 1.35 0.00 83 3.23 71.4
2016 COH AAA INT 2 0 2.0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 13.5 0.0 0.0 4.5 50% .375 1.50 2.17 4.50 98 4.74 104.6
2017 CLE MLB AL 50 0 62.0 2 2 0 53 21 66 8 7.7 3.0 1.2 9.6 37% .294 1.19 3.75 2.61 93 3.78 80.5
2018 CLE MLB AL 41 0 41.7 1 2 0 47 10 34 7 106 10.2 2.2 1.5 7.3 43% .315 1.37 4.54 4.97 99 4.44 99.2
2018 DET MLB AL 3 0 3.3 0 0 0 10 0 5 1 103 27.0 0.0 2.7 13.5 36% .692 3.00 4.09 21.60 91 4.81 107.4
2018 OKL AAA PCL 5 0 6.0 1 1 0 6 2 9 0 9.0 3.0 0.0 13.5 40% .400 1.33 2.24 9.00 74 4.63 97.8
2019 OKL AAA PCL 9 0 12.3 0 0 2 19 3 19 5 13.9 2.2 3.6 13.9 50% .452 1.78 6.95 8.03 106 6.63 136.4

Plate Discipline

YEAR Pits Zone% Swing% Contact% Z-Swing% O-Swing% Z-Contact% O-Contact% SwStr%
2011 334 0.4790 0.4760 0.8302 0.6313 0.3333 0.8713 0.7586 0.1698
2012 2116 0.5458 0.4735 0.8014 0.6416 0.2716 0.8462 0.6743 0.1986
2013 2284 0.5250 0.4330 0.8200 0.6080 0.2396 0.8601 0.7077 0.1800
2014 1455 0.5711 0.4838 0.8168 0.6727 0.2324 0.8640 0.6345 0.1832
2015 1205 0.5519 0.4730 0.7439 0.6556 0.2481 0.7752 0.6418 0.2561
2016 922 0.5586 0.4447 0.7561 0.6369 0.2015 0.8018 0.5732 0.2439
2017 968 0.5589 0.4793 0.7629 0.6673 0.2412 0.7922 0.6602 0.2371
2018 772 0.5751 0.5078 0.7781 0.6622 0.2988 0.8401 0.5918 0.2219
Career100560.54790.46640.79230.64340.25060.83450.65810.2077

Injury History  —  No longer being updated

Last Update: 12/31/2014 23:59 ET

Date On Date Off Transaction Days Games Side Body Part Injury Severity Surgery Date Reaggravation
2014-05-22 2014-06-18 15-DL 27 25 - Low Back Strain - -
2013-09-28 2013-10-02 DTD 4 2 - Trunk Stiffness Ribcage - -
2013-06-03 2013-07-22 15-DL 49 42 Right Fingers Sprain Middle Finger - -
2010-06-02 2010-06-11 Minors 9 0 Not Disclosed -
2009-07-14 2009-08-08 Minors 25 0 Right Shoulder Inflammation -
2008-08-25 2008-08-31 Minors 6 0 - Not Disclosed - -

Compensation

Year Team Salary
2019 TEX $241,935
2019 LAN $
2018 CLE $2,450,000
2017 CLE $1,825,000
2016 CLE $1,300,000
2015 CLE $520,400
2014 CLE $504,500
2013 CLE $496,400
2012 CLE $
YearsDescriptionSalary
6 yrPrevious$7,096,300
2019Current$241,935
7 yrPvs + Cur$7,338,235
7 yrTotal$7,338,235

 

Service TimeAgentContract Status
5 y 77 dExcel Sports1 year/$1M (2019)

Details
  • 1 year/$1M (2019). Signed by Texas as a free agent 1/22/19. Performance bonuses: $0.1M each for 50, 60 games as pitcher. Released by Texas 3/25/19 (due 45 days' pay, $241,935). Signed by LA Dodgers as a free agent 4/2/19 (minor-league contract).
  • 1 year/$2.45M (2018). Re-signed by Cleveland 1/11/18 (avoided arbitration). DFA by Cleveland 8/3/18. Released 8/7/18. Signed by Detroit as a free agent 8/10/18. DFA by Detroit 8/19/18. Sent outright to Triple-A 8/21/18 (refused assignment). Signed by LA Dodgers as a free agent 8/27/18 (minor-league contract).
  • 1 year/$1.825M (2017). Re-signed by Cleveland 1/13/17 (avoided arbitration).
  • 1 year/$1.3M (2016). Re-signed by Cleveland 1/8/16 (avoided arbitration).
  • 1 year/$0.5204M (2015). Re-signed by Cleveland 3/10/15.
  • 1 year/$0.5045M (2014). Renewed by Cleveland 3/10/14. DFA by Cleveland 8/1/14 (optional assignment).
  • 1 year/$0.4964M (2013). Re-signed by Cleveland 3/7/13.
  • 1 year (2012). Re-signed by Cleveland 3/9/12.
  • 1 year (2011). Contract purchased by Cleveland 11/19/10. Re-signed by Cleveland 2/11.
  • Acquired by Cleveland in trade from NY Yankees 8/22/10 (PTBN in 7/31/10 Austin Kearns deal).
  • Drafted 2006 (3-104) (Illinois Valley Central HS, Chillicothe). $0.368M signing bonus.

2019 Preseason Forecast

Last Update: 1/27/2017 12:35 ET

PCT W L SV G GS IP H BB SO HR BABIP WHIP ERA DRA VORP WARP
90o 7.5 0 0.3 56 0 61.6 51 19 58 8 .259 1.13 3.43 3.63 -4.4 -0.5
80o 6.7 0 0.3 50 0 55.8 49 19 52 8 .272 1.22 3.81 4.03 -6.3 -0.7
70o 6.1 0 0.2 47 0 51.7 48 18 49 7 .282 1.28 4.09 4.33 -7.5 -0.8
60o 5.6 0 0.2 44 0 48.3 47 18 45 7 .291 1.33 4.33 4.59 -8.3 -0.9
50o 5.2 0 0.2 41 0 45.2 45 17 42 7 .299 1.38 4.56 4.84 -9.0 -1.0
40o 4.7 0 0.2 38 0 42.2 44 17 40 7 .307 1.44 4.79 5.09 -9.5 -1.0
30o 4.3 0 0.1 35 0 39.0 42 16 37 7 .315 1.50 5.04 5.36 -9.9 -1.1
20o 3.8 0 0.1 32 0 35.4 40 15 33 6 .325 1.57 5.34 5.68 -10.2 -1.1
10o 3.2 0 0.1 28 0 30.5 37 14 29 6 .339 1.67 5.76 6.13 -10.2 -1.1
Weighted Mean5.100.240044.74417427.2971.374.534.81-8.7-1.0

Preseason Long-Term Forecast (Beyond the 2019 Projections)

Playing time estimates are based on performance, not Depth Charts.
Year Age W L SV G GS IP H BB SO HR GB% BABIP WHIP ERA DRA H/9 BB/9 K/9 HR/9 WARP
202032320523687329631140.3131.515.285.259.73.98.41.5-0.1
202133320573747632671240.3021.475.225.199.33.98.21.5-0.0
20223421043256592451940.3111.495.315.289.53.98.21.5-0.1
202335320472606325561040.3051.465.185.159.43.78.41.5-0.0
20243621041253572348940.3091.525.405.379.73.98.21.5-0.1
20253721041252562248940.3081.495.315.289.63.88.31.5-0.1
20263821039250542146940.3061.495.415.389.73.88.21.6-0.1
20273921038249532145840.3081.505.385.359.73.88.21.5-0.1
20284021040251552246940.3071.505.435.409.63.98.11.6-0.1

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Rank Score Name Year Run Average Trend
1 86 Todd Coffey 2012 5.12
2 85 Craig Stammen 2015 0.00
3 85 Fernando Abad 2017 3.50
4 84 Sam LeCure 2015 4.05
5 84 Anthony Swarzak 2017 2.44
6 83 Glen Perkins 2014 4.23
7 83 David Carpenter 2017 0.00 DNP
8 82 Tyler Yates 2009 9.00
9 82 Tom Gorzelanny 2014 1.29
10 81 Juan Nicasio 2018 6.43
11 81 Brian Matusz 2018 0.00 DNP
12 81 Jay Howell 1987 6.09
13 81 Casey Janssen 2013 2.91
14 80 Matt Lindstrom 2011 3.50
15 80 Tim Stauffer 2013 3.75
16 80 Junichi Tazawa 2017 5.69
17 79 Joba Chamberlain 2017 0.00 DNP
18 79 Andy McGaffigan 1988 3.05
19 79 Mike Cuellar 1968 3.15
20 79 John Hiller 1974 3.06
21 79 Jorge Sosa 2009 6.85
22 78 Jerry Blevins 2015 0.00
23 78 Don Elston 1960 4.01
24 78 Phil Coke 2014 4.66
25 78 Joe Page 1949 3.01
26 78 Kiko Calero 2006 3.41
27 78 Danny Farquhar 2018 5.63
28 78 Daniel Hudson 2018 4.89
29 78 Boof Bonser 2013 0.00 DNP
30 78 Justin Miller 2009 3.18
31 78 Dennys Reyes 2008 2.33
32 78 Chris Resop 2014 0.00 DNP
33 78 LaTroy Hawkins 2004 2.96
34 77 Matt Thornton 2008 2.67
35 77 Gil Heredia 1997 0.00 DNP
36 77 Dave Schmidt 1988 4.03
37 77 Cliff Melton 1943 4.03
38 77 Bill Campbell 1980 5.66
39 77 Al Holland 1984 3.48
40 77 Kelvim Escobar 2007 3.63
41 77 Lindy McDaniel 1967 4.21
42 77 Brandon Kintzler 2016 3.48
43 77 Wandy Rodriguez 2010 4.38
44 76 Matt Belisle 2011 4.13
45 76 Brandon Gomes 2016 0.00 DNP
46 76 Shawn Camp 2007 7.88
47 76 Mike Maddux 1993 4.08
48 76 Wilton Lopez 2015 0.00 DNP
49 76 Mike Timlin 1997 3.72
50 76 Santiago Casilla 2012 3.41
51 76 James Russell 2017 0.00 DNP
52 76 Doug Corbett 1984 2.33
53 76 Garland Braxton 1931 10.76
54 76 Claude Passeau 1940 3.20
55 76 Franklin Morales 2017 0.00 DNP
56 76 Mark Eichhorn 1992 3.49
57 76 Mark Gubicza 1994 5.12
58 76 Skip Lockwood 1978 3.57
59 75 Elias Sosa 1981 3.66
60 75 Alejandro Pena 1990 3.67
61 75 Steve Hamilton 1966 3.30
62 75 Jose Veras 2012 3.90
63 75 Manny Acosta 2012 7.23
64 75 Mickey Lolich 1972 2.75
65 75 Dolly Gray 1929 4.11
66 75 Camilo Pascual 1965 3.87
67 75 Frank Viola 1991 4.36
68 75 Matt Shoemaker 2018 4.94
69 75 Vinnie Chulk 2010 0.00 DNP
70 75 Rick Aguilera 1993 3.24
71 75 Doug Slaten 2011 5.51
72 75 Greg Aquino 2009 4.50
73 75 Darren Holmes 1997 5.84
74 75 Homer Bailey 2017 6.63
75 75 Matt Garza 2015 6.17
76 75 Pat Dobson 1973 4.73
77 75 Jorge Julio 2010 0.00 DNP
78 75 Jonathan Broxton 2015 4.77
79 75 Josh Collmenter 2017 10.06
80 75 Adam Bernero 2008 0.00 DNP
81 75 David Phelps 2018 0.00 DNP
82 75 Russ Christopher 1949 0.00 DNP
83 75 Nick Vincent 2018 4.47
84 75 Bill Henry 1959 2.77
85 75 Bob Locker 1969 4.29
86 74 Todd Wellemeyer 2010 5.68
87 74 Mark Lowe 2014 9.00
88 74 Brian Duensing 2014 3.31
89 74 Dillon Gee 2017 4.20
90 74 Tommy Milone 2018 5.81
91 74 Gil Meche 2010 6.13
92 74 Josh Johnson 2015 0.00 DNP
93 74 Greg Harris 1987 5.89
94 74 Aurelio Lopez 1980 4.14
95 74 Donnie Moore 1985 2.45
96 74 Bob Geary 1922 0.00 DNP
97 74 Jesse Chavez 2015 4.47
98 74 Fernando Salas 2016 3.91
99 74 Mike MacDougal 2008 2.12
100 74 Hal Newhouser 1952 4.71

BP Annual Player Comments

YearComment
2019  Due to publishing agreements, the 2019 player comments and team essays are only available in the Baseball Prospectus 2019 book (available in hardcopy, and soon e-book and Kindle).
2018 While the term “innings-eater” is usually reserved for mediocre but durable starting pitchers, McAllister certainly qualifies as a bullpen version. Since becoming a full-time reliever three years ago, the hulking right-hander has averaged 61 unspectacular, low-leverage innings per season; only Dustin McGowan and Dan Otero have entered games with less on the line than McAllister. That’s not to say Z-Mac doesn’t have his uses beyond saving other, more valuable arms from overuse, as his mid-90s heater and power curve can make same-side hitters look silly and his strikeout rate is solid. Yet another sign that the Indians' bullpen is more overqualified than a campus cabbie.
2017 McAllister’s 2015 move from the rotation to the bullpen looked like it could be a career changer, perhaps even a career saver. Now, it looks like it might just be a blip on the winding road to irrelevance. In his second year in relief, McAllister was meaningfully worse by every metric and peripheral. The cutter he’d unveiled in 2015 took a backseat to his curveball as his top secondary pitch, and the results were not encouraging. In a Cleveland relief corps that has significantly more competitive options than was the case when McAllister first converted to the pen, the margin for continued error is not so great—but the chances of avoiding it don’t look so good.
2016 After years of trying to establish himself as a full-time starter for the Tribe, Cleveland bumped McAllister from the rotation after just one start in 2015. Fortunately, the conversion to relief worked out for both parties, as a starter-to-reliever velocity bump transformed him from a no. 5 starter to solid setup option. Not only did he add almost three ticks to both his fastball and curve, he scrapped his dismal slider for a cutter that zoomed in on hitters nearly 11 percent faster than his old offering. The velocity gains bought him more whiffs and many more strikeouts (up to 28 percent from 20 percent). Now entrenched in the ‘pen, McAllister might not be Wade Davis, but he is another guy who could provide far more value in 70 innings per season than he ever did in 140.
2015 The Indians used McAllister to start games as well as finish them, but his fastball-heavy repertoire and questionable secondaries should hasten a full-time transition to the bullpen. He brings mid-90s heat with arm-side run and dials it up nearly 75 percent of the time. The breaking stuff is light on movement despite large velocity differentials; it includes two distinct pitches that both follow single-plane flight paths with vertical depth but a lack of lateral movement. The peripherals suggest that McAllister was an innocent victim of the vagaries of balls in play, but the narrative is distorted by an approach that was relatively easy for opposing batters to decipher, resulting in a 28 percent line-drive rate on his fastball that ranked in the top (the bad kind of top) decile of pitchers.
2014 With all the miracles happening around him on the Tribe staff, McAllister's steady emergence as a solid major-league starter can go almost unnoticed. He doesn't throw hard, he doesn't follow the organization's blueprint for groundballing, doesn't keep the ball in the park, he doesn't even have pinpoint control. But he does have a nice four-seam fastball with some backup movement that is good enough for his show-me slider and changeup to stay in the background. While that should be enough to earn a spot in almost any rotation, he'll have to avoid injuriessuch as the finger sprain of 2013to improve his odds of staying in the Cleveland five. Or he could experience a pitching epiphany that adds his name to the Miracle List.
2013 At this time last year, McAllister was a mere afterthought in Cleveland's fifth-starter discussion. Following a strong 2012 campaign, he now appears to be a legitimate fourth starter. He trailed off toward the end of the year3.7 K/BB from May to July; 2.9 K/BB from August onbut he showed more than enough to be a capable rotation cog. His fastball was up to 93 mph in 2012. He combines it with a plus changeup that gets 10 miles per hour of separation, a good slider, and a cutter to generate his fair share of strikeouts. Combined with above-average command, McAllister has a solid back-end profile.
2012 An underdog for the fifth starter job before the Derek Lowe deal, McAllister will surely begin the year in the minors now. He had a very good year at Triple-A in 2011, working on and improving his command, a key for a guy who gets by on control and guile. McAllister features several pitches, but none profile as true plus offerings yet. He throws a 90-mph fastball that can get some sink, a change-up, cutter, slider, and curve. If he's to be successful, it will be as a poor man's Josh Tomlin, commanding and mixing his pitches to keep hitters off balance. Unlike Tomlin, however, McAllister also profiles to get some ground balls if he can work down in the zone.
2011 A former Yankee who came over in the Austin Kearns deal, scouts always wondered where and when Zach McAllister's lack of stuff would catch up to him. The answers are "Triple-A" and "2010," respectively.
2010 Despite some late-season arm fatigue, McAllister boosted his standing as a solid prospect by leading the Eastern League in ERA. He doesn't have anything to brag about in the fastball department, sitting around 90 mph, but has a plus slider. His other off-speed pitches are just token offerings, which means that unless McAllister can maintain his strong command he's going to be heading to the bullpen as a two-pitch middle reliever. For now, he'll head to Triple-A Scranton with the portfolio of a back-end starter and will await an opening, perhaps imposition of The Joba Rules 3.0, which command that Chamberlain is to be sealed in aspic and not allowed to pitch at all.
2009 A 2006 third-rounder, Zach McAllister hopes to ride good control and a low-90s fastball to the majors.

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DateQuestionAnswer
2015-04-06 20:15:00 (link to chat)Any thoughts on Zach McAllister this season?
(Steve McEwen from Winnipeg)
The same kind of thoughts generated by doing taxes, or listening to a story about a friend of a friend, I suppose. (Craig Goldstein)
2015-04-07 14:00:00 (link to chat)Shane Greene, Jesse Hahn, TJ House, Rubby DeLaRosa, Anthony DeScalafani, Jimmy Nelson, Zach McAllister, Trevor Bauer. If one of these is a top 20 pitcher this year, who is it?
(Matt from NJ)
Gimme Bauer in that scenario. It assumes a huge leap in development, but he has the tools to make that dream a possibility. I also like the upsides of Rubby, Hahn, and Desclafani. (Doug Thorburn)
2013-07-23 13:00:00 (link to chat)Who do you like tonight in Seattle, Erasmo Ramirez or Zach McAllister? How about beyond tonight?
(captnamerca from dunedin)
I'll lean Ramirez going forward. No guess for tonight. (Harry Pavlidis)
2013-04-15 13:00:00 (link to chat)CLE SP McAllister has NOT walked a batter this year (2 starts). Is his control good enough go sustain a quality stat line?
(Biscuits from SJSU)
Looking at Zach McAllister's career numbers, I'm concerned about his high hit rates even going back to the minor leagues. He seems like a decent back-end option but probably not more than that. (Geoff Young)


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