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Action all starts with the pitcher's PB to determine if the action is on the pitcher's card or hitter's card.
- 2-9: Pitcher controls action 83% of the time (rolls of 2-9), truly elite, top 5% of all pitchers and normally just an ace reliever.
- 2-8 -Excellent, top ace starting pitcher as starters rarely are 2-9s.
- 2-7 - Very good
- 4-7 Average - controls action 50% of the time.
- 2-6 - Mediocre, a serviceable 4th starter.
- 2-5 - Vulnerable pitcher.
- 2-4 - Poor pitcher, usually just used once team is losing badly to eat up innings and save other pitchers for next game.
Perhaps the best line-up in the league. Still an elite ace in Verlander (2-8) but Cole (2-9) left for Yankees. Pen is not as deep as the Yankees, but the duo of 2-9 pitchers in Osuna and Pressly makes them very tough to beat if they lead going into the 8th inning.
Ryu comes from the Dodgers to give the Blue Jays an ace, but projects as a strong but not dominant PB 2-7 moving from a pitchers park to hitters park. Pitching overall is thin, unless they can get to the dominant Giles (2-9). However, they can pile up runs with young power and speed.
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