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The Nest | 44.04 | 2044 Hatchling Report | Adrian Custello

Post by Dington » Thu Sep 10, 2020 5:46 pm

Hatchling Report | Adrian Custello

April 7, 2044
by Banjo Jackson
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RHP Adrian Custello

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Part of Nashville’s plan was acquiring young pitching and depositing aging players elsewhere. One of the key parts of the Vegas trade was RHP Adrian Custello, who broke into the Top 100 list as the #90 BBA prospect last summer. He continued improving to become ranked #63 after the season concluded. The 19 year old continued to make strides in the offseason and started the season ranked #46 in the BBA. Not too bad for someone who wanted to be a hitter. It wasn't until, yet another strikeout, that he threw his bat like a boomerang out of disgust and a San Antonio Outlaws scout took notice of his incredible arm strength. He was moved in a trade to Vegas the following year as a pitcher and now Custello began the 2044 season in A ball with the Springdale Roosters. However, if he keeps improving his stuff, he will likely see AA by season's end. In 13.1 IP this season, Custello is 1-0 with a 4.05 ERA and 10 strikeouts. Nashville hopes Custello can join Nashville in the 2045 season at the earliest, but when he does arrive, he should stick around the top of the rotation.

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Banjo's RankPositionPlayerBBA Rank
12BWafid Bishr7
2RHPAdrian Custello46
3LHPScott Bugbie39
4RHPIván Ruíz60
5RHPRobinson Valdéz52
6RHPNobuhito KanNR
71BOdemar LockNR
8CHak-joon YiNR
9RHPVicente PérezNR
103BAbay AzzouzjNR
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Re: The Nest | 44.04 | 2044 Hatchling Report | Adrian Custello

Post by RonCo » Fri Sep 11, 2020 1:40 am

Clearly too many prospects
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Re: The Nest | 44.04 | 2044 Hatchling Report | Adrian Custello

Post by Dington » Fri Sep 11, 2020 1:16 pm

RonCo wrote:
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Clearly too many prospects
Hopefully they all pan out so I can compete with YS9.
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Re: The Nest | 44.04 | 2044 Hatchling Report | Adrian Custello

Post by Dington » Fri Sep 11, 2020 10:00 pm

Despite a strained oblique that kept him out for 5 days, Costello received a bump in movement.


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Re: The Nest | 44.04 | 2044 Hatchling Report | Adrian Custello

Post by shoeless.db » Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:59 pm

Dington wrote:
Fri Sep 11, 2020 10:00 pm
Despite a strained oblique that kept him out for 5 days, Costello received a bump in movement.


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To be fair, the oblique strain probably makes him stand crooked, causing him to put more pressure on that side of the ball which results in more movement. I’d recommend hurting him more.
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Re: The Nest | 44.04 | 2044 Hatchling Report | Adrian Custello

Post by Dington » Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:12 pm

shoeless.db wrote:
Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:59 pm
Dington wrote:
Fri Sep 11, 2020 10:00 pm
Despite a strained oblique that kept him out for 5 days, Costello received a bump in movement.


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To be fair, the oblique strain probably makes him stand crooked, causing him to put more pressure on that side of the ball which results in more movement. I’d recommend hurting him more.
Welp, realize my ratings table is wrong lol.
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