Grayson Rodriguez was the 10th overall pick in 2018, a pop-up high school arm out of a Texas high school who was bumping 98 mph all spring with what was reportedly an above-average breaking ball, earning some comparisons to the top prep arm in the class, Carter Stewart. Rodriguez has been dominating in low-A so far this year for the Delmarva Shorebirds, doing it more with pure stuff than command or control, and while he has a lot of upside between his size and arm strength, there are major delivery red flags.
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