DLS has a nice stretch recently, he has ML stuff, Llovera not so much.
Hammer has been solid so far and Brogdon also has ML stuff.
Not saying they're world beaters, but that's nice cheap bullpen depth out of "nowhere."
Williams and Maton showed they can potentially contribute as bench players, though both were rushed.
Most players in any team's top 30 list at best are RP depth or bench players, very few are starters, starting pitchers or 7th inning plus RPs. So it's nice to see guys who barely were in our 30 contribute.
While Falter may turn out to be a starter, most of our prospective starters are going to come out of our 1st and 2nd rd picks, whether its Randolph, Moniak, Haseley, Stott or Abel and Painter. But the key to the talent pipeline is hitting on later picks and LA lottery tickets. Because every solid middle RP saves you $2-3M over a veteran, and so on.