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1 year agoIn the power-happy Pacific Coast League, Kansas City Royals top pitching prospect Trevor Oaks has put up a sparkling 2.05 ERA for the first half of the season. His stellar performance won him a spot on the Triple-A All-Star Team, and he's a strong candidate for a call-up again in 2018. Now that all the good news is out of the way, the bad news is that Oaks will likely struggle once again when he gets called up. Oaks is striking out just 5.25 batters per nine innings in Triple-A, and the secrets to his success are an unsustainable strand rate of 79% and a miniscule 1.4% HR/FB rate. These are not numbers that bode well over the long term, and that's why his xFIP is 5.01 and his major league ERA in his short stint was 7.45. Expect Oaks to come up, but don't be too gung-ho about picking him up.--Billy Stonick - RotoBaller
Source: Royal Rundown

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