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MMLN: Top Tools – Fastballs for Starters

Over the past three seasons, the organization has added a number of big, live arms to the talent pool. Many of which have propelled themselves up the depth chart on the heels of their fastballs. Though each has a different arsenal to back up their heaters, those on this list can always rely on ole number one as a foundation for success.

10. Kyle Allen – Allen's velocity varied at times during the season. That depended on what kind of fastball and what kind of approach Allen went for. There were times when he would ratchet up his fastball in order to get it by hitters and would touch 91-92 MPH. However, as the season went on, Allen settled down with his fastball and began to rely more on pacing, location and movement. He...

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