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June 8, 2010

College stats for Jacob Petricka, Addison Reed, Thomas Royce

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ June 8, 2010 11:42 pm
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2nd round pick RHP Jacob Petricka:

Year

era

w-l

app-gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

ab

b/avg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

2010 4.11 7-4 20-15 0 0/1 0 100.2 100 51 46 47 113 14 2 3 .265 14 3 1 2 4
2009 4.76 7-3 13-13 0 0/1 0 73.2 87 48 39 34 49 17 0 4 291 .299 9 5 0 3 4
Year GP IP R ER Hits SO BB ERA W L
2008 11 33.2 23 21 36 24 18 5.61 5 1

3rd round pick RHP Addison Reed:

Year era w-l app-gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr ab b/avg wp hbp bk sfa sha
2009-10
2.50 8-2 11-11 2 1/1 0 79.1 65 30 22 16 90 13 2 7 296 .220 4 2 0 0 2
2008-09
0.65 0-0 25-0 0 0/1 20 27.2
20 3 2 7 38 1 0 0 100 .200 2 5 1 1 2
2007-08
2.73 3-1 24-0 0 0/1 4 26.1 24 16 8 8 26 2 1 3 100 .240 1 2 0 1 1

supplemental 3rd round pick Thomas Royce

Year
era
w-l
app-gs
cg
sho
sv
ip
h
r
er
bb
so
2b
3b
hr
ab
b/avg
wp
hbp
bk
sfa
sha
2009-10 2.85 9-1 16-16 0 0/3 0 104.1 100 37 33 26 99 17 3 10 389 .257 2 6 0 1 9
2008-09 3.48 3-2 12-6 1 1/0 2 41.1 35 21 16 10 48 6 2 2 153 .229 3 0 1 1 0
2007-08 4.80 4-0 26-1 0 0/0 1 50.2 59 34 27 11 51 11 0 8 207 .285 2 3 2 1 1

And RHP Jacob Petricka’s 2010 college splits:

W L W-L% ERA FIP APP GS IP R ER H HR BB K AVG BABIP WHIP HR/9 BB/9 K/9
Raw Totals 7 4 0.636 4.11 3.03 20 15 100.7 51 46 100 3 47 113 0.265 0.372 1.46 0.27 4.20 10.10
Park Adj. 7 4 0.636 3.93 3.03 20 15 100.7 49 44 97 3 47 113 0.257 0.360 1.43 0.27 4.20 10.10
Schedule Adj. 7 4 0.636 4.29 3.13 20 15 100.7 54 48 105 3 49 108 0.279 0.383 1.53 0.27 4.38 9.66
Park/Sch Adj. 7 4 0.636 4.11 3.13 20 15 100.7 52 46 101 3 49 108 0.268 0.368 1.49 0.27 4.38 9.66

And some info from FutureSox:

Petricka:

On the MLB.com broadcast, Johnathan Mayo raved about Petricka’s upper 90s fastball, but mentioned that he might need to be converted to the bullpen.

… Baseball America’s subscription only scouting report of Petricka mentions him as a high helium type pick this year (the strikeouts support this as well). They say his fastball velocity has been inconsistent, sometimes sitting around 90, others sitting 92-94 and touching 98. His curve is a solid pitch, but needs work.

Reed:

Addison Reed throws 90-92 mph as a starter touching 94 mph at times. He combines the fastball with a plus slider that has been nasty for him and his changeup is a solid average pitch.

Reed could develop as a solid innings eater at the Major League level, though his upside is probably not much more than a #4 starter.

Royse:

Royse, the Friday starter for the Cardinals, has a 90-93 fastball with good sink. His change up is developing and he has good control. However, he has had issues maintaining his velocity.

MLB Draft Day 2 White Sox picks (with videos and scouting reports)

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ June 8, 2010 7:42 pm
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Using the MLB DraftTracker

Pick Round Player School Pos B/T Ht Wt DOB Class
13 1 Sale, Chris Florida Gulf Coast University LHP L/L 6’06” 172 1989-03-30 JR Video
Comments: Sometimes good things come out of smaller schools. Sale took a strong Cape Cod League performance and carried it over into his junior season. With the chance to have three outstanding pitches, all of which he can throw for strikes, to go along with outstanding mound presence, Sale has developed into one of the better lefties in the Draft class. Teams will have to look past a less than prototypical arm slot for a starting pitcher, but with the way he’s pitched, it seems likely a team will do that at some point in the first round.
Enhanced Scouting Report
63 2 Petricka, Jacob Indiana State RHP R/R 6’04” 190 1988-06-05 SR Video
Comments: This tall right-hander was creating a lot of buzz later in the spring when reports of him touching 98 mph spread like wildfire. His secondary stuff isn’t as good as the heater, though his curve ball has improved this year and his changeup has a chance to be a decent offering. There’s not a ton of life in the fastball, but he throws without much effort. People were pouring in to see him late, and that kind of arm strength tends to do very well in the Draft.
95 3 Reed, Addison San Diego State RHP L/R 6’04” 215 1988-12-27 JR Video
Comments: Heading into the spring, the thought was that Reed would be one of the more sought-after college relievers in the class, but the San Diego State product was stretched out over the winter in order to be the team’s Friday starter. He has performed even better than most could have expected, showing the ability to throw three pitches and adjusting easily to the role. A broken pinky on his pitching hand slowed him down for a few weeks, but presuming he picks up where he left off, Reed is likely a college arm moving up draft boards everywhere.
Enhanced Scouting Report
114 3S Royse, Thomas Louisville RHP R/R 6’05” 210 1988-09-07 JR
Comments: As a sophomore in 2009, Thomas earned Second-Team All-Big East honors and was named a Big East Academic All-Star.
128 4 Grimes, Matthew Mill Creek HS (GA) RHP R/R 6’05” 185 1991-09-04 HS Video
158 5 Wilkins, Andrew Arkansas 1B L/R 6’02” 230 1988-09-13 JR
Comments: As a sophomore in 2009, Wilkins was named the NCAA Norman Regional’s Most Outstanding Player and was a member of the All-Tournament Team. He was a 25th-round selection of the Texas Rangers in 2007 but did not sign.
188 6 Ravelo, Rangel Hialeah Senior HS (FL) 3B R/R 6’02” 207 1992-04-24 HS Video
218 7 Saladino, Tyler Oral Roberts SS R/R 5’11” 180 1989-07-20 JR
248 8 Terry, Josef Cerritos College 2B L/R 5’11” 185 1989-12-18 J2
278 9 Moran, Kevin Boston College RHP R/R 6’04” 210 1989-07-07 JR Video
308 10 Wilson, Ross Alabama 2B R/R 5’11” 185 1988-11-09 JR Video
Comments: Wilson is the type of gritty college middle infielder who’ll get plaudits for being a real “ballplayer.” He knows how to play the game the right way and, despite some deficiencies in his game, always finds a way to get the job done. The type who plays above his tools, he wasn’t performing with the bat the way he had previously in his Alabama career. That might hurt him come Draft time some, though there are always teams interested in advanced infielders who have the kind of attitude Wilson has.
Enhanced Scouting Report
338 11 McDonald, James Chaparral HS (AZ) SS S/R 5’10” 170 1991-12-16 HS
368 12 Lee, Crayton Morehead St U SS S/R 5’11” 185 1988-03-22 SR
398 13 Icard, Ethan Wilkes CC RHP R/R 6’02” 180 1990-08-28 J2
428 14 Blanke, Michael University of Tampa C R/R 6’03” 220 1988-10-17 JR
458 15 O’Connell, Sean Chatsworth HS (CA) C L/R 6’04” 190 1991-12-12 HS
488 16 McCray, Edward Tennessee RHP L/R 6’03” 235 1987-10-06 SR
518 17 Schwartz, Michael U Tampa 1B L/R 6’00” 220 1987-05-04 SR
548 18 Thorpe, Randall San Jacinto College North LF R/R 6’01” 185 1989-04-02 J2
578 19 Murray, Douglas U San Francisco RHP R/R 6’02” 195 1988-09-26 SR
608 20 Ramos, Jose Western Oklahoma St Col C R/R 5’11” 190 1987-07-19 J2
638 21 Jones, Tyler Madison College RHP R/R 6’03” 190 1989-09-05 J2
668 22 Guillen, Ozney Monsignor Edward Pace HS (FL) RF L/R 6’02” 209 1992-01-03 HS Video
698 23 Evans, Austin University of Tampa RHP R/R 6’03” 220 1987-11-05 JR
728 24 Keegan, Jordan Col of Southern Nevada OF L/L 6’00” 180 1989-12-23 J2
758 25 Wilson, Ethan Indiana U SS R/R 6’00” 190 1989-03-09 SO
788 26 Rath, Kevin Cal State – Fullerton LHP L/L 6’05” 220 1989-08-18 JR
818 27 Gehle, Pete Azusa Pacific U LHP L/L 6’06” 240 1988-01-15 SR
848 28 Windle, Thomas Osseo HS (MN) LHP L/L 6’03” 185 1992-03-10 HS
878 29 Earley, Michael Indiana U OF R/R 6’00” 192 1988-03-15 JR
908 30 Turnbull, Kylin Santa Barbara CC LHP R/L 6’05” 185 1989-09-19 J1

UPDATE: FutureSox’ Draft Tracker and CSN’s Kevin Czerwinski have reports on all the picks.

UPDATE: Linked names have been signed.

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