Pivetta has a great body, can throw 95 well over 100 pitches, and you can't give up quickly on that.
But his four seamer is straight as an arrow and if he doesn't locate it well, they can go out faster than they come in.
He's yet to develop any movement, nor a two seamer that could keep hitters from teeing off on it.
Pivetta could get by with that four seamer if he had secondary pitches to keep batters off balance.
But his curve was erratic, when on it's a plus pitch with a good break, when off it's a softball.
His slider is below average with a soft break.
His changeup has potential, but he can't locate it right now.
It's April, there's a new PC, but if Pivetta doesn't turn it around by June, any hot pitcher in Lehigh will have an opportunity to win a SP spot.