In honor of his great start this year, let’s see where Dustin May came from. You don’t need me to tell you he was a great prospect, but I’m going to tell you that anyway.
- Born: September 6, 1997
- B/T: Right/Right
- 6’6″, 180-lbs
- Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2016 MLB June Amateur Draft from Northwest HS (Justin, TX)
His raw numbers are listed above courtesy of baseball-reference.com. Let’s aggregate by year then focus on the important numbers for minor leaguers:
That’s a fine looking chart. The strikeouts are a bit low, but not excessively so. The command is great, and always has been, so his K%-BB% rate has been steady as it goes. The WHIP shows the dominance he has shown, level by level.
No big splits here.
See what I mean? Steady, rhythmic minor ups and downs over and under a high average.
I like the spike at the end, at the pink MLB level. Heh.
Here’s all you need to know about Dustin May. Three plus pitches?! Yeah, that’ll work.
- Rotowire: #32 on their Top 400.
- BaseballHQ: #17 on their Top 100.
- Fangraphs: #14 on their Top 120.
- Fantasy Six Pack: #137 on their dynasty list.
- Prospects365: #25 on Ray Butler’s Top 200.
- Imaginary Brick Wall: #34 on the Top 487.
- Fantrax: #64 on the Top 250.
He’s a pitcher.
Enjoy the ride, Dodgers fans. You have a great one.