Continuing the look at CPBL pitchers, this post has the rest of the pitchers on Juan Morillo's team, the EDA Rhinos. All velocities are converted to MPH.
little bit of glove side slide to break into lefties. Can also use it
as a 2-seam type fastball, but it appeared that he wants to work inside
regardless of platoon. Later in his outing, he started moving the ball
away from hitters.
75-76 down to 74 breaking ball,
appears to be a slider, didn't always have the great slide. It sometimes
broke arm side like a change, and I think there are two different pitches
based on platoon.
87-90 moves aggressively arm side, can get it down.
80-82 can get glove side movement
76-78 soft slider like movement
73-78 splitter/changeup, grip almost looked like a palm ball
68-69 2-plane break curve
75-78 change breaks arm side.
74-79 slider does a good job of getting glove side and down
86-87 down to 84-85, up to 89-90 will use it high and it is hittable there, even at this level
71-73 curve very occasionally mix it in.
76-77 breaking ball that breaks straight down.
Lai Hong Cheng
70-76 sweepy breaking ball
Zhang Geng Hao
86-90, some 2-seam movement or sink.
79-80 changeup can throw it for a strike arm side, not a lot of real movement, just kind of softly drops.
84 slider, mostly a down pitch, doesn't really slide horizontal.
84-87 with some vertical movement downward.
79-80 change with similar movement, just takes velocity up, sometimes keeps it up.
Seems to have a horizontal late breaking slider at 81-82
86-90 can sink it
76-78 downward slider