Ralph Garza was drafted out of Oklahoma in the 26th round of the 2015 draft by the Astros.
In college he was a very solid pen arm. He had a low-90’s fastball and decent curveball, which was more than enough to keep NCAA hitter off balance.
In 2016 he went back to the pen, and in Low-A had some nice numbers: 5-4, 2.33 ERA with a 1.24 WHIP in 58 IP. He was promoted to High-A late in the season, and hit a bump: 6.75 ERA, 21 hits allowed in 17.1 IP, good for a 1.79 WHIP. The jump from Low- to High-A is not easy, so I think its best to see how he performs next season.
|2016||22||-0.1||2 Teams||2 Lgs||A-A+||6||5||3.35||40||0||32||6||75.1||77||26||64||1.367||9.2||0.6||3.1|
|All Levels (2 Seasons)||7||6||3.53||54||3||36||6||112.1||114||36||111||1.335||9.1||0.5||2.9|