Here is some infor for some you that are depressed with the Hultzen pick. This is taken from Seedlings to Stars…
Hultzen lacks the power stuff to be regarded as a future ace, but, with the rest of his assets he has the potential to be a solid #2 starter. If the Mariners remain committed to keeping Felix Hernandez around, and Michael Pineda continues to develop he could slot in behind those guys giving Seattle a deadly trio of arms in their rotation.
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Here is another story for you by Fansideds’ own Jared MacDonald
In addition to pure stuff, Hultzen’s main selling point is the pinpoint accuracy of each of his pitches. This season, in addition to going 10-3 with a 1.59 ERA in 96.1 innings, Hultzen managed an uncanny 136 strikeouts (12.7 K/9) versus just 16 walks (1.5 BB/9), largely in part to his exceptional ability to paint both sides of the plate while pounding the strike zone.
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