Dillon Gee
Minnesota Twins


44.7% Thrown  89.5 MPH

While this pitch looks good above, it was a weak point for Gee as batters held a comfortable 166 wRC+ with a .935 OPS against the pitch in 2016. With a sub 90s Two-Seamer, it's all about location and Gee simply couldn't located the ball low enough in the zone to prevent batters from taking advantage of the pitch.


16.6% Thrown  77.0 MPH

Gee's Knuckle-Curve was decent, getting batters to chase it out of the zone a decent 35.7% of the time while inducing 51.7% grounders.


17.0% Thrown  83.7 MPH

Gee's best pitch could be this Changeup, which mimicked his Two-Seamer well, earning a 17.3% whiff rate his career. However, it has lost the depth that it previously has featured, losing about 1.5 inches than his career vertical movement.


21.8% Thrown  85.3 MPH

Gee did a great job of locating his Cutter inside to left-handed hitters, preventing barreled line drives (just 14.9% allowed last season) and getting batters to swing at the ball under their hands and off the plate at a 34.9% rate.