Edubray Ramos is Becoming the RH Adam Morgan

I wrote a bit ago about what has become of Adam Morgan in the Phillies bullpen. The summary to all of it was that Morgan was throwing his fastball harder, he was throwing his fastball less, and he was dominating same side platoon splits. The newest pitcher to follow most of that model is Edubray Ramos. Ramos came up to the Phillies last year and flashed some potential with a mid-90s fastball and a good looking breaking ball. Ramos was a lock to make the Phillies this spring and looked to be in the high leverage mix with Benoit, Neshek, and Neris. From April 3 until June 25, Ramos pitched 31 innings with a 5.52 ERA and 22 walks to 38 strikeouts, including 9 runs in his last 5 games where he recorded a total of 4 outs.

The Phillies demoted Ramos to AAA Lehigh Valley. Around an injury, he pitched 11.2 innings with a 1.54 ERA and 4 walks to 10 strikeouts. Ramos came back up to the majors at the beginning of August, and since then:

23.2 IP – 3.04 ERA – 6 BB – 34 K Continue reading…