Hunter Green Cincinnati Reds

Age: 21 (August 06, 1999) | Throws: Right
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Hunter Greene threw 37 pitches over 100mph. Most ever by a starter in a MLB or MiLB game since the statcast era began in 2015.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
May 6

Such a nice little essay from Keith. Fun to read -- until we get to the last sentence.

"if we get a regular minor league schedule"

Ugh. Ugh, ugh, ugh.

But let's not think about that. Let's add Keith as our fourth Prospect Rank in the soon-to-be-unveiled software. The three that have already been entered: Baseball America, Baseball Prospectus and Rotowire: 100, 101 and 400, respectively.

I can't wait to see who breaks through who's not in the Rotowire top 400, because you know someone will.

That will be a lot of fun. As long as they play.

Alex Patton Alex
Jan 30

Keith Law @ The Athletic's Top 100 for 2021

28. Hunter Greene, RHP, Cincinnati, Age: 21

Greene was back from Tommy John surgery last summer and throwing hard once again at Cincinnati’s alternate site, clocked up to 102 there while he would pitch at 97-98. Greene has remarkably easy velocity, and while he rehabbed from the surgery he gained a substantial amount of muscle, which should help him work deeper into games. He’s added a cutter, along with the improving slider and hard changeup, although that last pitch might be too firm and doesn’t have a lot of action to it. He was working six innings or so per outing by the end of the summer, which should set him up for a full season of pitching if we get a regular minor league schedule — and he could potentially make his debut by the end of the year.

Howard Lynch LynchMob
Jan 30