Quinn Priester: Confidence Paves Path To Success On The Mound

ALTOONA, Pa. - As much as baseball is about the results on the field, so much is about preparing yourself for each game -- day in and day out. 

Players spend hours not only looking to improve their game, but also preparing for their next opponent. Team’s want to enter each and every game with as much knowledge as possible on their opponent, looking for every advantage possible.

Now that Quinn Priester is getting more time on the mound, his opponents are getting a better idea of what to expect. That hasn't altered the approach of the 2019 first rounder.

“I don’t think that matters,” Priester told Pirates Prospects. “Whether they have a scouting report on me or not isn’t going to change the fact that I’m going to pitch good.”

Priester has certainly pitched well this season, even ...



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The future success of the Pirates may depend more on Priester reaching his full potential than any other current prospect.


In a way, sure but so many of our pitching prospects are slated for a 2025/26 debut.  timwilliamsp2 have you heard anything about Owen Kellington at all? Seems he is wild in complex league.

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