Braves: Young arms are starting to show out in Gwinnett

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The Braves did not have a good start to 2022, and part of the struggles were attributed to several young arms not taking the steps forward that the organization and many fans expected. However, there is reason for hope. Even after a bumpy start in AAA, Kyle Muller and Huascar Ynoa have started to look like major-league caliber pitchers.

All of these guys, with the exception of Kingham, have shown they can pitch at the major-league level. Both Ynoa and Muller have fantastic stuff, but they typically have issues with control. Normally, this is something that can be fixed with young pitchers. They still need some seasoning, and with the Braves on a 14-game win streak, there’s no reason to rush them back up to Atlanta.

However, if injuries strike Atlanta again, it’s good to see these guys producing in AAA. You can never have enough pitching, and depth is critical for every team attempting to win a championship With Mike Soroka close to returning, hopefully these guys can get consistent innings in AAA and contribute later this season or next year.

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