Ramón Moreno (#3761)—part II
Now, Rincón has never been known for their incredible scouting or development efforts, but signing Moreno made sense at the time.
He was 18 with what looked like plenty of potential.
What we can't explain is how he was considered the #30 prospect in his class when his control was rated at 8/100.
I suppose that explains how he managed to shut out the #SamaritanosSLO , a team that should've had his guts for garters, *after* walking four of them.
Ramón Moreno (#3761)—part IV, conclusion
Is it possible there's a good arm hidden somewhere inside this 44-116 pitcher?
He's posted positive Wins Above Replacement for the last two years, which is usually a sign of improvement . . . but could just as easily mean the Inges have gotten that much worse while he's been on them.
Either way, you have to respect both Ramón—for continuing to take the mound 40 times a year knowing he works for a trash team—and that team, in turn, for sticking by him.
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