Trepagnier threw a simulated game at Pirate City yesterday.
Yesterday I posted video of Stetson Allie working a simulated game at Pirate City. Allie was rotating with Bryton Trepagnier, who was the 41st round pick by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2010. Trepagnier is a tall pitcher with a projectable frame, at 6' 5", 180 pounds. He signed out of high school in 2010, and is pretty much a project at this point.
He was throwing in the 87-89 MPH range, and as you can see, his control was a little off. It's important to note that the Pirates seemed to be focusing on hitting specific spots, mainly where the catcher was lining up. You can see that with certain batters, Trepagnier is only working on the inside corner of the plate. On other batters, he's working the outside corner. He mostl...
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