Seabold tops at 91/92, right? His secondary stuff has to be consistently great for him to win, or his FB movement has to be better than it has been when I've seen him on tape. Last night both things were true--great slider(?) and change, crisp FB that moved, although I think it was a 4-seamer, and those lead to HRs if not well placed.
The AFL write up has him "low-to-mid" 90s, which probably means on their gun he was 93-ish, which is a bit of a velocity jump.