When are the rest of the Kansas City Royals pitching prospects going to make their debuts?
Based on Spring Training and Summer Camp performance, the next top pitching prospect in line to debut would be Kris Bubic. Bubic’s funky mechanics, deception, and plus stuff are capable of generate outs at the MLB level. His mechanics and command need to be more consistent to break on the roster.
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Daniel Lynch is next after Bubic once he gets a better grasp on his release timing and working out of the stretch. Lynch’s length will cause him to take a little bit more time to develop his consistency in his release mechanics, but his stuff is really outstanding.
Jackson Kowar needs to find his feel for his breaking pitch, something he struggle with in Spring Training and Summer Camp. He is another pitching prospect who wows you with his stuff, especially the change-up and high velocity fastball. Currently, Kowar is lacking consistency in executing his locations and needs to be more consistent in repeating his mechanics.
Austin Cox is a sleeper pick on the taxi squad to make his debut. He showed improvement in his command and development of stuff in 2019. If he continues to progress, he could make his MLB debut in 2020.
I broke down what each of the Royals pitching prospects is capable of during their career in the Top 12 prospects list heading into 2020.
Here are some observations from 2020 Spring Training regarding Singer, Lynch, and Kowar.
Who do you expect to make their Kansas City Royals Debut in 2020 and how well do you think they will perform?