Guerra’s change-up sits just below 84 mph and sees limited usage in his now limited appearances. He made just 40 appearances for the Blue Jays and Nationals in 2019 with a combined 4.86 ERA.
Guerra struggled to miss bats with his curveball, getting a 3.5% SwStr rate and a 91% contact rate, leading to a 10% K%. However, the pitch managed to create a decent amount of weak to medium contact.
Guerra’s primary pitch sat at 93, while managing top out at 97. The pitch hit the zone at a solid 60% clip and a 43% flyball rate kept the BABIP low, but led to allowing six taters.
Guerra’s slider improved from 2018 in terms of SwStr% and K%, but it also allowed a 36% line drive rate. Batters made him pay when he missed his spot.
Guerra controlled his fastball well, hitting the zone at a 59% clip despite touching triple digits on the radar gun. The pitch also features some armside run.
Guerra’s struggled with his offspeed pitch, hitting the zone just 32% of the time and only getting a swinging strike 9.7% of the time. When he missed his spots, batters hit the pitch a ton, smashing two bombs on just 31 pitches thrown.