You would think for a guy that can whip it up to 98mph as a starter that his Fastball would be more of a beneficial pitch, but there it is, a -3.1 pVal for Salaza'rs Four-Seamer in 2016. The problem was the pitch's location, slightly elevated right in the middle of the plate often and rarely along the edges. With its straight movement, it's hard to believe the .370 BABIP will drop close to .250 moving forward. Now, he has worked in a Two-Seamer, but he reduced its usage last season for some odd reason - it even earned a positive pVal of 1.5 as it limited the line drives to just 14.7%. Hopefully he can bring it back and improve his confidence with the pitch.