Kansas City Royals debuts to get excited about – Number 1: Brady Singer
Brady Singer looked sharp in spring training prior to the shutdown. His sinker and slider mix were effective against MLB regulars.
Singer is still progressing in gaining some feel and confidence in his change-up. The change-up had solid movement his spring outings, but he left his location up in the zone early on in his starts. As his appearance advanced, he gained more command and confidence in the change-up and was located the pitch low in the zone to good effectiveness.
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Singer was a popular pick to make the roster out of spring training in March. With rosters expanding to start the 60-game season, Singer could make the starting rotation out of summer camp. He works incredibly fast out of wind-up and hitters need to be ready when they step into the box.
With his good command, Brady Singer should be able to put together a solid debut with a 3.70 FIP.
Outlook for Kansas City Royals in 2020
The 2020 MLB season is going to be like nothing we have seen before. Each of the players mentioned above are not currently on the 40-man roster and a corresponding move would need to be made to accommodate their addition.
I highly recommend keeping an eye on Matias. If he is healthy and making the right adjustments in his plate-approach, he is more than capable of hitting 40+ home runs a year.