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Forrest Whitley

SP | Houston Astros
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 23 (1997-09-15)
Ht / Wt: 6'7" / 195 lbs.

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7 months agoHouston Astros right-handed pitcher Forrest Whitley -- the club’s No. 1 prospect -- has been shut down at the team’s alternate training site as he deals with discomfort in his throwing arm. Injuries have changed the landscape for Houston in 2020, as Justin Verlander, Jose Urquidy, and Chris Devenski are just three of the notable names to already land on the IL. Whitley is heralded as a prized jewel prospect that has dominated the Arizona Fall League over the past two years, combining for 68 strikeouts in 51 innings. A potential call up appeared likely in 2020 should Houston have continued on its current trajectory, but the arm injury will stunt that progress. There is still likely incentive on nabbing Whitley in keepers formats, but owners will have to be patient as it pertains to when he joins the big league staff.--Jesse Borek - RotoBaller
Source: Brian McTaggart


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8 months agoHouston Astros starting pitcher Forrest Whitley, the team's No. 1 prospect per MLB Pipeline, was included on the team's 60-man player pool for the upcoming 2020 season. Whitley is the only Astros player on the list of top-100 prospects, coming in at No. 19. Their No. 12 prospect, right-hander Brandon Bielak is also on the list. Jojanse Torres and Luis Garcia are two hard-throwing, intriguing lower-level arms that were included on the initial roster. Whitley struggled a bit in the minors in 2019, but he was dominant in the Arizona Fall League with a 2.88 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 32:9 K:BB over 25 innings. The 22-year-old is unlikely to make the rotation for the shortened season, but he'll be firmly in play in 2021.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: - Brian McTaggart

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