SAT, MARCH 10, 2018 - Gray has allowed nine earned runs on 13 hits in 8.1 innings this spring. Health issues aside, the Rockies' ace made major strides as a starter last season, producing a 3.67 ERA in 20 starts. He even found success at hitter-friendly Coors Field, sporting a 3.13 home ERA by season's end while allowing just four homers on the season in Denver. Gray is getting shelled this spring, but it's likely a result of some mechanical tweaks he's making. Nick Groke of The Denver Post reports that Gray is adjusting the grip on his changeup and experimenting with different windups this spring, albeit without the results one would hope for. At this point, the young right-hander seems to be more focused on adding to his repertoire and seeing what works and what isn't. If he can command his altered offering by the end of spring training, it could be a boon to his value.
|2018||A Team Has No Name||0||0||0.0||0||0||0||--||--||10||b|
|2017||Down East Wood Ducks||8||0||98.7||41||126||97||3.74||1.28||10||b|
|2016||Down East Wood Ducks||9||0||146.3||73||185||157||4.49||1.26||10||a|