BALLER MOVE: Continue Scouting
ANALYSIS: Ross has a 2.91 ERA in 65 innings pitched and has allowed just five HR, notching 56 strikeouts with a WHIP of 1.21. The right-hander has just allowed three runs over his last 20 innings, while giving up eight hits and striking out 22 batters. He is very good against right-handers with them having a .202 average in 119 at-bats. The opposition only has a .208 batting average after him throwing 75 pitches. If you can play the matchups and start him at home against weaker offenses, Ross might be able to contribute, but he’s not yet an every-time-out guy in any format. It should be interesting to see how he fares against a tough Reds lineup today, but we'd keep him reserved for this one just in case.