CHARLESTON, WV - Tomorrow I'll get my first regular season look at Mitch Keller. The right-hander was drafted in the second round of the 2014 draft, and received an aggressive push to West Virginia this year, pitching at the level at the age of 20. It doesn't seem like the young age is bothering him that much, as he's started the season with 15 shutout innings, giving up seven hits, no walks, and striking out 23.

Keller features a fastball that has been sitting 93-96 MPH this year, along with a curve that can be a plus offering when it's on -- and it's been on during his first three starts. He started getting the feel for a changeup last year, and has looked more comfortable with the pitch so far this year. Everything is pointing to him continuing this progress, and having a breakout se...

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