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• The best fastball of the day belonged to Tanner Scheppers (Rangers), who touched 99 once and sat a...

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• The best fastball of the day belonged to Tanner Scheppers (Rangers), who touched 99 once and sat around 97-98. On the other hand, he didn't have his best curveball, which was softer than normal around 80 mph without the same sharp, diving break it usually has. He's pretty much big league-ready as a reliever, though -- he and Brown would be my two picks to reach the majors next from this game, with Desmond Jennings (Rays) and Jeremy Hellickson (Rays) right behind them.

Keith Law reviews the Futures game
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