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Mark Montgomery is referenced in the following articles.
|Get to Know: Relief Pitcher Prospects||Craig Goldstein||2015-03-03|
|PECOTA Takes on Prospects: Introduction: I Now Pronounce You Scout and Stat||Andrew Koo||2014-04-15|
|Dynasty League Positional Rankings: Top 75 Relief Pitchers||Bret Sayre||2014-03-06|
|Get to Know: Relief Pitcher Prospects||Ben Carsley||2014-03-05|
|The Lineup Card: Seven Trade Ideas for the Winter Meetings||Baseball Prospectus||2013-12-05|
|Baseball ProGUESTus: The Yankees' Post-Rivera Relief Corps||Josh Norris||2013-06-18|
|Fantasy Mailbag: Getting the Big Fish||BP Fantasy Staff||2013-06-14|
|Notes from the Field: Spring Training Scouting Reports||Zach Mortimer||2013-03-27|
|Minor League Update: Games of Wednesday, March 20||Zach Mortimer||2013-03-21|
|Prospects Will Break Your Heart: New York Yankees Top 10 Prospects||Jason Parks||2013-03-15|
|Overthinking It: The All-Rookie Roster||Ben Lindbergh||2013-03-07|
|Pebble Hunting: Fun with 2013 PECOTA Comparables||Sam Miller||2013-02-13|
|Minor League Update: Potential Impact Rookies In 2013 (AL EAST)||Jason Martinez||2013-01-28|
|Prospect Profile: Three Late-Inning Relievers||Hudson Belinsky||2013-01-03|
|Minor League Update: Games of November 2-4||Jason Martinez||2012-11-05|
|Minor League Update: Games of October 31||Jason Martinez||2012-11-01|
|Minor League Update: Games of October 24||Bradley Ankrom||2012-10-25|
|Monday Morning Ten Pack: Down the Home Stretch||BP Prospect Staff||2012-09-17|
|Future Shock Blog: Minor League Update: Games of August 1||Kevin Goldstein||2012-08-02|
|Future Shock: Yankees Top 11 Prospects||Kevin Goldstein||2012-03-08|
|2013-09-27 13:00:00 (link to chat)||What Yankee prospect is most likely to make an eventual impact?|
(Alex from Anaheim)
|Saying "most likely" puts an interesting twist on the question. Guys like Tyler Austin, Slade Heathcott and Mark Montgomery will all likely have extensive big league careers, but I don't know how impactful those careers will be. I still believe Gary Sanchez's bat can carry him to the Major Leagues and I think there's some hope that he can catch well enough that you live with it because of the impact of his bat. (Mark Anderson)|
|2013-09-17 13:00:00 (link to chat)||What happened to Mark Montgomery? Will he be a solid reliever on the Yankees next year? |
(hotstatrat from yesterday)
|if he's healthy, sure. But he hasn't been right--spent time on the DL and velocity is down. (Harry Pavlidis)|
|2013-01-29 14:00:00 (link to chat)||Is the Yankee bullpen deep enough to overcome the loss of Soriano?|
(Alex from Anaheim)
|Thanks for coming back, Alex.
With Mariano Rivera, and David Aardsma and Joba Chamberlain in the mix, I don't think the Yankees will miss Soriano too much, provided that at least two of those three righties are healthy. Also, to throw in a little Top 10 prospect lingo, keep in mind that they have a potential "Factor on the Farm" in Mark Montgomery. (Daniel Rathman)
|2012-11-28 14:00:00 (link to chat)||What's wrong with Mike Montgomery? Do you think he will ever be able to make it in the majors as a SP?|
(Nils from Stamford)
|Well, we're talking about the team of Kyle Davies and Luke Hochevar here. You don't necessarily have to to be a good pitcher to be a Royals pitcher for a long time. So I'll say that he makes it in the sense that he is a major-league starter for a while, but not necessarily a good one. For that, you'll have to wait for the Royals prospect list, which will be out soon.
Since that wasn't a very satisfying answer, I'm just going to pretend you asked about Mark Montgomery instead. In which case: Nothing! Nothing is wrong with Mark Montgomery. (I really like Mark Montgomery, mostly because he reminds me of David Robertson.) (Ben Lindbergh)
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Although he has not thrown an MLB pitch in 2016, Mark Montgomery threw 25 pitches that were tracked by the PITCHf/x system in 2012, all of them occuring in Fall/Winter Ball. In 2012, he relied primarily on his Fourseam Fastball (93mph) and Slider (84mph).