NC State's baseball team held a scrimmage Tuesday, and Baseball America's Aaron Fitt was on hand to watch the exhibition. I think Trea Turner is fine, you guys.
At @NCStateBaseball scrimmage - Trea Turner looks as dynamic as ever. Infield single, stole 2nd, took 3rd on perfect delay steal, scored.— Aaron Fitt (@aaronfitt) November 5, 2013
Fitt likes Andrew Woeck as well. He came exclusively out of the pen last year, but could he factor into the rotation this season?
I still think Woeck winds up as the closer, but he's got 4 pitches and good command—could be rotation factor. 83-84 slider is best pitch.— Aaron Fitt (@aaronfitt) November 5, 2013
I asked about the weekend rotation in a scenario where Woeck is the closer, and Fitt believes we're looking at Rodon-Jernigan-Stone at this point.
@akulawolf probably Jernigan on Saturdays.— Aaron Fitt (@aaronfitt) November 5, 2013
Trea Turner, good lord, man.
Trea Turner just got up the line in 3.6 seconds on a drag bunt from right side. Unreal speed. I'd say that ankle is 100 percent... #mlbdraft— Aaron Fitt (@aaronfitt) November 5, 2013
This is some seriously rough math, but that's a 4.8 40, and that includes Turner having to pivot toward first base, nod knowingly, and drop the stupid dead weight otherwise known as the bats the players have to use nowadays. I don't know what it translates to in a straight NFL Combine-style 40-yard dash. Probably a 3.6.