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Daniel Moskos (Associated Press)


Biographical Data
Player Name:Daniel Ross Moskos
Position:Starting Pitcher
School:Clemson University
School Type:Four-Year College
Academic Class:Junior
Birthdate:04/28/86
Height:6'1"
Weight:200 lbs.
Bats:Right
Throws:Left
Report Date(s):03/23-25/07
Game(s):Maryland
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Fastball:Against Maryland, Moskos was up to 94 mph with his fastball, though he's been clocked as high as 96 this season.
Slider:Moskos was throwing his slider up to 83 mph over the weekend.
Changeup:He has a feel for a changeup, making some think he could be a starter, but as a reliever probably won't need it.
Control:While he was generally effective, Moskos was up in the zone too much over the weekend.
Physical Description:An undersized lefty with a small frame who throws with maximum effort. Body-wise, he's maxed out without much projection.
Medical Update:Healthy.
Strengths:Big arm with above-average velocity. His ability to throw, potentially, three pitches, is a plus as well.
Weaknesses:He throws with maximum effort and doesn't have a projectable frame. He doesn't have as fluid a delivery as you'd like to see in someone you'd consider in a starting role.
Summary:Moskos is one of the, if not the top, college reliever in the draft class, helped by the fact he throws from the left side. While some think he can start because of three potential pitches, the bullpen is a more likely permanent home for the hard-throwing southpaw.