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2019 Projections (Preseason PECOTA - seasonal age 28)
IP ERA WHIP SO W L SV WARP
33.7 5.34 1.60 38 2 0 1 -0.4
Birth Date3-13-1991
Height6' 2"
Weight244 lbs
Age28 years, 8 months, 1 days
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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

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 SCO A- NYP 15 7 26.0 0 2 0 20 29 28 1 105 6.9 10.0 0.3 9.7 0% .279 1.88 6.09 6.58 128 6.46 131.9
2012 WVA A SAL 2 1 0.7 0 1 0 1 8 1 0 112 13.5 108.0 0.0 13.5 0% .500 13.50 41.07 54.00 193 0.00 0.0
2017 RCU A+ CAL 2 0 2.0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 4.5 4.5 0.0 13.5 50% .250 1.00 2.42 0.00 72 2.44 51.9
2017 OKL AAA PCL 1 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 9.0 9.0 0.0 0.0 33% .333 2.00 6.72 0.00 119 6.48 137.9
2017 DOD Rk AZL 8 0 8.0 0 0 0 4 5 10 0 4.5 5.6 0.0 11.3 39% .222 1.13 3.59 0.00 99 2.57 54.8
2018 RCU A+ CAL 22 0 19.3 3 1 0 23 15 31 6 10.7 7.0 2.8 14.4 41% .395 1.97 7.21 6.98 110 5.32 112.5
2018 TUL AA TEX 11 0 12.7 1 0 3 6 8 18 1 4.3 5.7 0.7 12.8 31% .200 1.11 3.52 2.84 86 2.62 55.4
2018 OKL AAA PCL 13 0 10.0 3 0 0 6 8 8 2 5.4 7.2 1.8 7.2 29% .154 1.40 7.44 6.30 125 4.32 91.3
2019 TUL AA TEX 8 0 7.0 1 1 0 9 6 10 1 11.6 7.7 1.3 12.9 55% .421 2.14 5.02 10.29 108 6.86 141.1
2019 OKL AAA PCL 33 0 32.0 0 0 2 29 31 40 8 8.2 8.7 2.3 11.3 32% .276 1.88 8.20 8.16 126 6.35 130.6

Plate Discipline

YEAR Pits Zone% Swing% Contact% Z-Swing% O-Swing% Z-Contact% O-Contact% SwStr%

Injury History  —  No longer being updated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
2014-06-19 2014-06-28 Minors 9 0 - Head Concussion -

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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 7.6 0 2.6 58 0 52.8 36 32 57 7 .233 1.28 3.97 4.24 -7.4 -0.8
80o 6.3 0 2.1 50 0 45.4 34 30 49 6 .250 1.41 4.51 4.81 -9.2 -1.0
70o 5.5 0 1.8 45 0 40.3 32 28 44 6 .263 1.50 4.91 5.24 -10.0 -1.1
60o 4.8 0 1.5 40 0 36.1 31 27 39 6 .274 1.59 5.26 5.62 -10.5 -1.1
50o 4.2 0 1.3 36 0 32.3 29 25 35 5 .284 1.67 5.59 5.98 -10.6 -1.2
40o 3.6 0 1.1 32 0 28.6 27 24 31 5 .294 1.76 5.94 6.36 -10.6 -1.2
30o 3.1 0 0.9 27 0 24.8 24 22 27 4 .306 1.86 6.32 6.77 -10.3 -1.1
20o 2.5 0 0.7 23 0 20.5 22 19 22 4 .319 1.98 6.78 7.27 -9.6 -1.0
10o 1.7 0 0.5 16 0 14.8 17 15 16 3 .338 2.16 7.45 7.99 -8.1 -0.9
Weighted Mean4.101.335031.22724345.2811.655.525.91-10.0-1.1

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
20202921140037322841639.3021.625.526.237.86.810.01.5-0.6
20213021138035302638639.3021.585.556.267.66.69.71.5-0.6
20223120136034282536539.2991.575.496.207.56.79.61.3-0.5
20233221136034292537539.2991.595.516.227.76.69.81.3-0.5
20243320135032272435539.2981.585.526.237.56.79.71.4-0.5
20253420133031262233539.2981.575.546.257.66.59.71.5-0.5
20263510131029252131539.2981.605.546.257.86.69.71.6-0.5
20273610129027232029439.2981.575.556.267.66.69.51.3-0.4
20283710127026221827439.2991.565.566.277.76.39.51.4-0.4

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4 92 Judd Songster 2008 0.00 DNP
5 92 Peter Andrelczyk 2014 0.00 DNP
6 92 Ben Julianel 2008 0.00 DNP
7 92 David Johnson 2011 0.00 DNP
8 91 Cody Satterwhite 2015 0.00 DNP
9 91 Tyler Bremer 2018 0.00 DNP
10 91 Matt Ramsey 2018 0.00 DNP
11 91 Josh Perrault 2010 0.00 DNP
12 91 Marcus Gwyn 2006 0.00 DNP
13 91 Sung-Ki Jung 2008 0.00 DNP
14 90 Matt Yourkin 2010 0.00 DNP
15 90 Carlos Alvarado 2018 0.00 DNP
16 90 Joe Bisenius 2011 0.00 DNP
17 90 Ryan Chaffee 2016 0.00 DNP
18 90 Beck Wheeler 2017 0.00 DNP
19 90 Evan Fahrner 2006 0.00 DNP
20 90 Joe Torres 2011 0.00 DNP
21 90 Malcom Culver 2018 0.00 DNP
22 90 A.J. Battisto 2012 0.00 DNP
23 90 Santiago Ramirez 2007 0.00 DNP
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26 89 Luis Mateo 2018 0.00 DNP
27 89 Kenny Faulk 2015 0.00 DNP
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29 89 Reid Redman 2017 0.00 DNP
30 89 Leuris Gomez 2015 0.00 DNP
31 88 Nick Ramirez 2018 0.00 DNP
32 88 Jacob Smith 2018 0.00 DNP
33 88 Victor Garate 2013 0.00 DNP
34 88 Layne Somsen 2017 0.00 DNP
35 88 Dayan Diaz 2017 9.69
36 88 Kyle Landis 2014 0.00 DNP
37 88 Dustin Antolin 2018 0.00 DNP
38 88 Blake Smith 2016 6.23
39 88 Oneli Perez 2011 0.00 DNP
40 88 Ivan Maldonado 2008 0.00 DNP
41 88 Jason Waddell 2009 5.40
42 88 Jumbo Diaz 2012 0.00 DNP
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44 88 John Lujan 2012 0.00 DNP
45 88 Jon Hunton 2011 0.00 DNP
46 88 Francisco Felix 2012 0.00 DNP
47 88 Yuhei Nakaushiro 2018 0.00 DNP
48 88 Francisco Mendoza 2016 0.00 DNP
49 87 Ryan Houston 2008 0.00 DNP
50 87 Grant Sides 2017 0.00 DNP
51 87 Jamie Walczak 2015 0.00 DNP
52 87 Jeff Urlaub 2015 0.00 DNP
53 87 Ryan Keefer 2010 0.00 DNP
54 87 Jose Valdez 2011 9.00
55 87 Matthew Scherer 2011 0.00 DNP
56 87 Christopher Thomas 2016 0.00 DNP
57 87 Derrick Loop 2012 0.00 DNP
58 87 Fernando Hernandez 2013 0.00 DNP
59 87 Adam Carr 2012 0.00 DNP
60 87 Kyle Regnault 2017 0.00 DNP
61 87 Neil Wagner 2012 0.00 DNP
62 86 Greg Atencio 2010 0.00 DNP
63 86 Henry Owens 2007 2.74
64 86 Mark Lamm 2016 0.00 DNP
65 86 Tracy Thorpe 2009 0.00 DNP
66 86 Felix Romero 2008 0.00 DNP
67 86 Daniel Sattler 2012 0.00 DNP
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69 86 Taylor Thompson 2015 0.00 DNP
70 86 Jason Urquidez 2011 0.00 DNP
71 86 Trey Barham 2014 0.00 DNP
72 86 Daniel Tillman 2017 0.00 DNP
73 86 Dumas Garcia 2012 0.00 DNP
74 86 Michael Marbry 2013 0.00 DNP
75 86 Tim Hill 2018 5.52
76 86 Wilkins Arias 2009 0.00 DNP
77 86 Joshua Smith 2018 0.00 DNP
78 86 Justin Freeman 2015 0.00 DNP
79 86 Ryan Robowski 2016 0.00 DNP
80 86 Michael James 2009 0.00 DNP
81 85 Jeff Sues 2011 0.00 DNP
82 85 Cole Kimball 2014 0.00 DNP
83 85 Scott Roehl 2010 0.00 DNP
84 85 T.J. Large 2011 0.00 DNP
85 85 Jason Bulger 2007 2.84
86 85 Scott Gracey 2015 0.00 DNP
87 85 Brandon Kloess 2013 0.00 DNP
88 85 Stephen Kohlscheen 2017 0.00 DNP
89 85 John Ennis 2008 0.00 DNP
90 85 Mike DeMark 2011 0.00 DNP
91 85 Cole Johnson 2017 0.00 DNP
92 85 Dane De La Rosa 2011 9.82
93 85 Dan Remenowsky 2014 0.00 DNP
94 85 Marcus Hatley 2016 0.00 DNP
95 85 Edgar Ramirez 2012 0.00 DNP
96 85 Jeff Kennard 2010 0.00 DNP
97 85 Clint Everts 2013 0.00 DNP
98 85 DJ Johnson 2018 4.26
99 85 Brad Goldberg 2018 0.00 DNP
100 84 Kyle Winkler 2018 0.00 DNP

BP Annual Player Comments

YearComment
2018 Sometimes an 80-grade name is all it takes to garner a second chance, though in the case of former second-rounder Stetson Allie, a 94-mph heater didn't hurt either in a successful first foray back into mound work.
2017 Stetson Allie’s third stint in Altoona went better than his second, but worse than his first. Has anyone thought to try this guy’s arm on the mound?
2016 Pitcher-turned-hitter Stetson Allie changed positions again, moving from first base to right field; unfortunately, he's also getting progressively worse at baseball.
2015 Stetson Allie continues to ride the organizational escalator. He's a powerful dude with a powerful arm who has powerful limitations imposed upon him by poor bat-to-ball and ball-to-glove skills.
2014 Pitcher-turned-hitter Stetson Allie was having a fairy-tale season until the Pirates promoted him to the Florida State League. The big-bodied Ohio native has legit raw power, but the odds of a big-league career are against him.
2013 Allie made two appearances as a pitcher last season, got two outs, and walked eight batters. The Pirates called time out and sent Allie to extended spring training. Conditions did not improve, and Pittsburgh announced in June that Allie would become a third baseman. Allie had familiarity with the hot corner, having played there in high school, though he soon slid across the diamond to the cold corner. His numbers as a hitter were horrible, of course. The parallels between his hitting and pitching are hard to ignore. In both cases, theres a lot of raw power potential and little usability. The Pirates knew Allie was a huge risk when they selected him. This is just an effort to salvage value.
2012 Few in the game can match Allie in arm strengthhis fastball has touched triple digits and he sat in the mid-90s last season. Unfortunately, Allie does not control his fastball too well, his only secondary pitch is an occasionally plus slider, and his mechanics are complicated. Put those things together and you can understand why some see Allie as a future reliever, but the Pirates are committed to developing him as a starter first.
2011 Another huge arm from the 2010 draft, second round pick Stetson Allie has even better raw stuff than Jameson Taillon, often hitting triple-digits in high school, but he's wilder than a New Year's Eve party at Diddy's house

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BP Chats

DateQuestionAnswer
2016-01-29 11:00:00 (link to chat)Can Stetson Allie become an ace IF HE GOES BACK TO PITCHING AND FIXES HIS CONTROL PROBLEMS?
(Tony from Altoona)
I like you, Tony (Top 101 Chat with Craig Goldstein)
2013-08-14 13:00:00 (link to chat)I'm in a keeper league that includes a 12 player minor league roster for the future. I currently own Stetson Allie and Rafael De Paula, my question is would you drop either or both of them for any of the following players: Alex Dickerson, Franklin Barreto, Eddie Butler, Lucas Sims? Thanks for your help!
(Jeff from Kansas City)
I'd take all of those guys over Allie, and especially Butler and Sims. (Jason Cole)
2013-06-25 13:00:00 (link to chat)Is Stetson Allie, the first base version, someone to keep tabs on at all?
(dianagram from Scrabble Central)
I don't think it happens, but I'm gladly admit to being wrong about him. (Jason Parks on the Midseason Top 50 Prospects)
2013-06-20 13:00:00 (link to chat)When do you see Wilmer Flores and Brad Miller getting called up? Also, Stetson Allie is absolutely crushing the ball. Do you think he is in the top 100 by the end of the year and what would you grade his power? 70/80?
(Tim from Philly)
I honestly have no idea. I could see him coming into the top 100 and his power is filthy. I'd want to see him before dropping 70/80 or at least read reports from people I respect, neither of which have happened yet. (Paul Sporer)
2013-06-18 13:00:00 (link to chat)What are your thoughts on Max Muncy and Stetson Allie? Which is the more legit prospect? Both 22 and are on pace for a 30/100 season but Muncy is doing it at a higher level. Thanks for the chat!
(Jeff from St. Louis)
multiple Muncy inquiries, try to cover them here: Let's shelf the "on pace" and wait out some time, Allie is much more highly regarded by the scouts, and that should matter more now than any A/A+ level stats (and let's remember park factors, quality of competition etc isn't even across leagues within levels etc). So, no, he's not on any 'fast track' until he shows he can rake at AA. If you're not a blue chip, dues most be paid--for good reason. (Harry Pavlidis)
2013-05-28 13:00:00 (link to chat)I am keeping modest expectations for Stetson Allie. It is a neat story for sure, but his K rate is pretty scary and he is old for his level. The power is very real, however. Is a lefty mashing platoon guy pretty much his ceiling? Or with a lot of work, do you see him being able to be an everyday player at first base one day?
(James from Morgantown)
I'm more in the camp of old for his level and not facing a lot of quality sequencing and breaking stuff yet. If lefty mashing platoon guy is his ceiling, a major leaguer who produces some value is still an OK payoff given how low draft bonuses and minor league salaries are.

That said, there are few places I'd less want a right-handed power hitter than PNC Park. He probably has less value there than almost anywhere else, but that's a good problem to have if he can survive even the Florida State League. (Zachary Levine)
2013-05-16 13:00:00 (link to chat)Stetson Allie: legitimate hitting prospect?
(JusitnG from Pittsburgh)
Sure, in the lower minors. I dont think he is likely to hit against better pitching. (Jason Parks)
2013-04-16 20:00:00 (link to chat)What are your thoughts on the early success at the plate for Stetson Allie?
(tonynelson19 from MN)
I LOVE it. He's a real long shot to make an impact at the major league level, but the power display he's put on at West Virginia so far this season has been really exciting to see. (Bret Sayre)
2012-09-20 13:00:00 (link to chat)Well done on the new format at BP, very excited for it. I spent a week at Pirate City in Bradenton last month for a baseball tourney and was pleased to find that one Stetson Allie was there as well. What are the chances that a player like Allie is able to successfully convert to a position player? And are the Pirates cutting losses by abandoning his arm by trying him out at first base?
(Jake from DC)
The chances are very slim. I'd bet against Allie developing into a major league quality talent as a position player. It's not always up to the team. It takes two to tango. You can't develop a pitcher who doesn't want to be a pitcher. (Jason Parks)
2012-06-21 13:00:00 (link to chat)Thoughts on the Pirates moving Stetson Allie to 3rd Base? Does he have the bat and athleticism to stick there?
(Railway13 from Junction Station)
He isn't too far removed from hitting, so there is a chance it can work. Long shot, though. The bat will carry hom. Hitting a baseball is the most important thing right now. Finding him a position will be the easier part. (Jason Parks)
2012-06-04 13:00:00 (link to chat)Thoughts on Stetson Allie?
(Ralph from Springfield)
I like the move. He wasn't showing progress in harnessing his stuff on the mound, and he was a potential first-round pick as a third baseman out of high school. Don't see any downside to giving him a try as a hitter, though I don't think he'll stick at third base. Moving to right field would make the transition a bit easier, I think, and I wouldn't be surprised if he saw time out there later this summer or in instructs. (Bradley Ankrom)


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