Farquhar’s fastball is his primary offering, which he throws more than half the time. While he only pitched eight innings last season due to injury, he did allow three home runs on the fastball alone. The sample size is terrifically small, and his fastball has fared better in each of his previous years, so it should return to better form with time.
The changeup has been Farquhar’s second-most used pitch and by far his most effective. While it was over a small sample size, he did not allow a single hit on his changeup and struck out half the batters it faced while walking none. Hopefully, he can maintain his success on the pitch in greater volume.
Farquhar only threw a handful of curveballs, so it was too small of a sample size to draw conclusions from. Its effectiveness has waned in the past few years, and it hasn’t been an above-average pitch in several seasons. He doesn’t walk many batters on the pitch, but he also only strikes out a handful of opponents with it.