I can accept that.I was just pointing out that the jump was not as large as you implied. Your original suggestion, carried through to it's conclusion, is that in 2019 he'll be ready for a full 170ish innings you get in full season ball which I think is unlikely.
Out of curiosity, do you know roughly how many innings a player throws in EST? Clearly it varies per player's readiness but a rough estimate?
I'm probably the biggest Brusdar fan here, I got to know him quiet well during his rehab on and off the field down in Ft. Myers, great kid.He always kept me up to date with his progress, even when I didn't ask.When he first got clearance to throw off the mound after TJS, he was like a kid on Christmas.I'm rooting for him big time, high velo fastball that gets straight at times, a hard biting slider and a developing changeup.If he stays healthy, he's at least a late inning power arm.
As for EXST, from my count of outings last year he threw roughly 30 innings give or take a few innings much like Romero the year before.The two are very similar in stuff and personality.
Here are a few videos I shot of him over the last year or so
Side session 9/16/16 (first side session after TJS)
EXST game action 5/19/17
EXST game action 5/29/17
GCL game action 7/22/17
Edited by Bob Sacamento, 09 February 2018 - 07:07 PM.