7. Miguel Almonte- He struggled this year at Single-A, posting 4.49 ERA and a 1.2 WHIP. Almonte has a low-90’s fastball that can touch mid 90’s every once and awhile. Almonte’s changeup has remained his best pitch, with pretty good drop to it. His curve still needs work, as it has the potential to be above average. Almonte’s control is pretty solid with only 32 walks in 110 innings. Its concerns me that he struggled single A this year. Pitchers with a good changeup can usually be dominate till double, where there’s more advanced hitters.