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The Book on Preston Guilmet
Prospect Info and Scouting Report
Preston Guilmet / RHP, CLE
Roseville, CA, USA
807 | 4/15/2013
ScoutingBook Combine Ranking (1/29/2015): #807
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One of the future button-men angling to join the Cleveland bullpen, righthander Preston Guilmet is easily-identified by his unusual over-the-top delivery, which he uses to bring low-90's heat as well as quality splitters and sliders at opposing hitters. The movement he gets from that, combined with his good control (he's never walked more than a couple of batters per nine at any level of play) makes him look like a very good late-inning reliever a year or two from now, should the MLB Indians feel lacking in options.
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News and Notes
7/9/2013 by KDaddy
Preston Guilmet will move up to join the battered Indian bullpen today, according to the Northern Ohio News Herald. He won't be a Franky Rodriguez style phenom, but he his low-90's heat and good command should help the team down the stretch.