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September 07, 2009

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BobApodaca

This info above is not accurate. Stoner throws in the low nineties, and has four or five well developed pitches, including an advanced change-up. He has pitched extremely well at every level of the minors, just check his stats. Tobi has worked his way up to where he is now, he is not an overnight occurence, but a product of years of competing, and refining his pitches and approach. He may be ready for the bigs now as he was beginning to dominate at AAA when the season ended for them. In this otherwise lost and wasted season, what a perfect time to get a look at him every fifth day against big league hitters. It is valuable development time for him when it doesn't hurt the big league club.

will sommer

I heard he throws in the mid 80's to high 80's. I could be wrong.

I never said he pitched poorly,I just wrote that he's not a a true prospect. "He's never been dominant, but he has retired batters at every level."

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