This one safely belongs here. Phillies sign Aneurys Zabala.
Another high velocity, low results guy. From an article around his Reds trade:
Aneurys Zabala has been in the Mariners and Dodgers organizations since signing in 2014. He moved to the Dodgers organization in spring training of 2017 when he was traded for Chad De Jong. He’s pitched this season with the Great Lakes Loons, who play in the Midwest League (the same as the Dayton Dragons). He’s posted a 4.86 ERA this season in 24 relief appearances and 37.0 innings. Zabala has walked nearly as many hitters as he’s struck out, handing out 25 walks with 30 strikeouts this season.
Control has been an issue for the 21-year-old during his career. In 164.0 innings in the minors since 2014 he’s walked 108 batters with 136 strikeouts. What he does do well, though, is throw the baseball very hard. He throws in the upper 90’s with his fastball and can reach at least 101 MPH (he did so in Dayton earlier this season, while sitting 98-99). His breaking ball works in the 80 MPH range – give or take a few ticks.