The changeup held opposing batters to just a .211 BAA last season, but this was due in large part to a .188 BABIP in an extremely small sample size. Not much to see here.
Burke primarily throws a traditional four-seamer in the low 90s, but does occasionally mix in a sinker as well. The issue with the heaters last season was control. He issued 11 walks on the pitches to just nine strikeouts.
Burke’s secondary pitch off the heater is a slider that didn’t look great last season. In a small sample size, the pitch was knocked around for a wOBA of .419.