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|Though Guth had an inconsistent season, it's easy to dream on a 6-foot-5, 215-pounder who can hit 94 mph with his fastball. His velocity dipped as low as 86 times this spring, when he continually battled his command. His slider, curveball and changeup all have their moments, but he's still figuring things out on the mound.
|Semmelhack beats out fellow Wisconsin-Milwaukee righthander Jordan Guth as the state's best college prospect because he has shown more consistent velocity this spring. The 6-foot-5, 230-pound Semmelhack pitches at 90-92 mph and reaches 94 mph, though his velocity somes with significant effort in his delivery. He'll show a decent slider but tends to get under it and his changeup too much, causing them to flatten out.
||Los Angeles Dodgers