This article is part of our Collette Calls series.
Player A Prospect Writeup in the 2012 Baseball America Prospect Handbook:
"His fastball sits at 92-96 mph, has been clocked as high as 98 and features good run and sink. His success in the second half of the season coincided with his willingness to pitch aggressively off his fastball, which allowed him to get ahead in the count more often. In turn, that helped him do a better job of setting up his slider, his most consistent and best all-around pitch. His slider operates in the mid-90s with hard, cutting tilt and impressive depth. He has improved his changeup over the past two seasons, but it's average at best. His mechanics are fine, which leaves most observers to believe his command issues result from his inconsistent focus and mental approach. His inability to throw consistent strikes leads some scouts to suggest that he could wind up in the bullpen, perhaps even as a closer."
Player B Prospect Writeup in the 2012 Baseball America Prospect Handbook:
"His fastball velocity is on the rise, reaching 96 mph last summer after sitting at 90-93 for most of the spring. His big-breaking curveball shows flashes of becoming a plus pitch, and his changeup is rudimentary at this point. He'll need to lean on his athleticism as he learns to repeat his delivery and improve his command. He is certainly someone to dream