Ryan Garton

Age 30
  • Born 12/05/1989
  • Bats R
  • Team: Minnesota Twins
2019 Statistics
W-L
-
IP
ERA
0.00
WHIP
0.00
K
K%
0.0
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2018
2019
Curveball
17.5% Thrown 79.6 MPH 18.2 CSW%
Four-Seamer
58.7% Thrown 91.6 MPH 27 CSW%
Cutter
23.8% Thrown 86.5 MPH 6.7 CSW%

Garton only threw three innings last year. His curveball showed well-below average spin (2nd percentile) and above-average drop. Of 11 curveballs thrown, three were inside the zone (27.3%). It recorded a 25% chase rate and 18.2% swinging-strike rate.

GIF made by Mark McElroy. Blurb written by Ryan Amore

Garton’s fastball showed well below-average velocity at 91.5 mph and about average spin (50th percentile). The fastball returned a 18.8% whiff rate (8.1% swinging-strike rate).

GIF made by Mark McElroy. Blurb written by Ryan Amore

Garton’s cutter averaged 86.1 mph and showed well above-average horizontal movement. In a microscopic 15-pitch sample, it recorded a single swing and miss to go along with a 46.7% zone rate.

GIF made by Mark McElroy. Blurb written by Ryan Amore
2018
2019
Fastball
54.1% Thrown 92.6 MPH
Cutter
32.2% Thrown 87.4 MPH
Curveball
11.7% Thrown 80.3 MPH
Changeup
2.0% Thrown 85.4 MPH

The primary offering from Garton is his fastball, which he’s able to consistently throw for strikes with a 54.2% zone rate. However, he doesn’t fool anyone with it, as it got a measly 12.8% O-Swing rate, and it’s hit for a line drive way too often at 35.1%.

Garton’s cutter is a groundball machine, producing 57.1% grounders. This is because it gets an outstanding 3.1 inches of horizontal movement on average. He pounds the strikezone with this pitch, posting a 61.1% zone rate.

Garton gets a ton of drop on his curve, with an average -9.1 inches of vertical movement, but he can rarely hit the zone with it (just 24.4% of the time.)

Garton’s changeup gets crushed to the tune of a -1.1 pVAL. He almost never throws it.

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