Ranaudo's average release point was the highest release point in the Futures Game thanks to his height. Here are where his points looked like in graph form
On average, Ranaudo threw the ball lower than most of the pitchers in the Futures game, especially when it comes to the fastball. Here are where all of his pitches were located.
anaudo's home run allowed came on one of the low glove side fastballs and not one of the changeups that he threw high above the zone.
For a cleaner look, here are the average locations, along with velocities, of all his pitches:
The fastball is slightly above average for a pitcher coming out of the bullpen, but the main thing the graph shows is the absolute wildness of his changeup. He couldn't even get close to finishing that pitch.
I usually don't do this, because often it is misleading, but there is a reasonably dramatic difference in how he was releasing his changeup and fastball:
Was this why he couldn't get the pitch to the strike zone? Maybe it plays a part, though I would expect that arm speed and the confidence to still throw the pitch hard plays a role as well.