Let’s talk about Ryan Withers. The 21-year-old rookie was an invaluable part of the Padres team in 2021, but it’s easy to overlook when you’re a swing player on a team with the best baseball record and an overwhelming amount of power stars in the club. Hell, even prime years Tony Gwen may have been a little overlooked in this band. It is no exaggeration to say that Gwen has never played for San Diego with this inimitable talent. MORE: Five Yankees who have boosted the team’s momentum recently, but don’t equate the Weathers’ relative lack of attention with their relative lack of impact. The leftist was brilliant in his “All You Need From Me” role. He made five relief appearances, at least three of the two rounds. He did five starts, worked on fewer tones, and was excellent at these too. Look at these 2021 numbers to pick a number 7 overall for the 2018 MLB draft from Loretto (Tenn) High School. As a beginner: 5 matches, 18 1/3 round, 1.47 ERs, .563 OPS against as Savior: 5 matches, 12 rounds, 1.50 ERs, .558 OPS against the first two games of the season against the Dodgers, at home on April 16 and at Dodger Stadium on the 22nd April. He threw a total of 9 1/3 runs and only two hits were allowed. A wonderful cool cool to go with his cool stuff, and a great education from his dad, David, who spent 19 seasons as a grown-up. This advice helps. “Obviously, when you face a rival team you have the power to lose consciousness.” Ryan Withers said, “He would just say stay calm on the hill.” “You have the ball, rule the game. When things start to fall apart everyone will look at you. You are the owner of the ball. Calm down, take it step by step. Big league hitters are big league hitters, but they still have to hit it perfectly. Do good pitches, slow down, control the game, and never let anything happen to make you speed up and make a bad throw. Obviously, you’re going to make bad performances, but you don’t want to be like that because you’re speeding yourself up. You want it to be just because you put on a bad show. Yes, it is a competitive game but it is just like any other game. Do what you do and stick to your game plan. “Did we mention that he is only 21 years old?” And although the Dodgers are current world championships champions, their April encounter is still lackluster compared to the first time he faced them. This first meeting was his MLB debut, in the game. 1 of the 2020 NL Division Series. Mike Klevinger started playing for Padres, but had to leave due to an injury before throwing his first kick in the second half, putting Padres in a scramble position. Third. Then it was Withers’ turn.No big deal, right? Just a 0-0 game to open a playoff streak against your team’s biggest rival.Oh, and the first hitter he faced was Corey Seger, Withers said, “It’s still pretty cool to this day, But it’s weird. ”“ You have been working your entire life for a moment only in the major leagues, then staying in the major leagues. I remember them calling before the half and saying, “Hey, get it hot,” as if I were going. And in your head, you’re like, “What’s going on? I might be in this game. I didn’t really feel my legs pointing towards the pile. It was like,“ Oh my God, what am I doing here? ”“ I remember seeing a step being dragged into the box and thinking, ” Dude, I’m facing Corrie Seger. That’s cool. ‘ No matter how old I am, I’m just a fan of baseball, and I’ve seen him step into the box, a guy I’ve played with in video games and now I’m going to face him in the League Series? Lots of fun. ”More: What’s next for trading card sales at Target, and Walmart ? Seager lined up, then Weathers walked on Justin Turner. Max Munse flew to finish the half. Enrique Hernandez walked in to open the third, but he hit Cody Bellinger – 2019 NL MVP – and made AJ Bullock pop up. That was it – but the 1 1/3 goalless playoff roles are one of the start of a career. The key then, and now, is to keep it simple. Withers said in an exploratory report: “Everyone knows fast ball, just move it and try to change speeds.” “Three stadiums: Fastball, changeup, and slider. Everyone is clearly still in progress, try to get something better on him every day. It can never be the content. The thrower, he will come after you with all three and he will make you play ball.” Don’t be afraid to call, don’t be afraid to let go of the long ball. If that happens, it happens. I will make you put the ball into play. I don’t want to give you 90 for free. ” According to StatCast figures, Weathers have rolled 35 changes so far this season, 144 slides and 315 fast balls – 258 four-hose with an average speed of 94.2 mph and 57 submersible at 93.9 mph. When his dad came down, the 94th seating would be exceptional. It’s a little different now, but the son’s philosophy is the same as his father’s. “The really cool thing about speed is if you are 3-2 and have to go up the ladder. You have a chance. You have a little more room for error, but with these hitters you really have no room for error,” he said. “It doesn’t matter how hard you throw it. It’s nice to have Velocity, but if you don’t have a site then everything is outside. They’ll make you create a quick ball on both sides, and you have to quickly land your speed in the area, or you won’t get any chases.” . These hitters are good enough, they can control the hit area. They know the hit area, and if you weren’t in the hit area, it would be a long day. ” There haven’t been many weather long days yet.