In Baseball America’s new Midseason Prospect Update, righthander Archie Bradley remains the organization’s No. 1 prospect, as he was coming into the season. Right elbow issues cost Bradley almost all of his first half, but he spent the time off the mound improving his secondary and tertiary pitches. Now back in the full swing of the season, baseball’s No. 14 prospect is 1-1 in six stars with Double-A Mobile. Both his K/9 and BB/9 directions are worse than his career average, but he still has all the key’s, most notable a 93-mile per hour fastball, to succeed.
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