Margevicius’ changeup came in nine ticks slower than his fastball, which is decent seperation. He hit the zone just 29.7% of the time, but when batters put the pitch in play, he allowed a 72.7% GB rate.
Margevicius’ curveball got BABIP’ed to death, allowing a .478 BABIP despite a 65.2% GB rate.
Margevicius’s fastball came in at 88 mph and exited much faster, as the pitch allowed a 34.3% line drive rate and an 18.8% HR/FB rate, en route to a .404 wOBA.
Like his fastball, Margevicius’ slider suffered from the long ball, allowing a 40% HR/FB rate. The six bombs allowed on the pitch led to a .321 ISO.