Last Thursday was a first look at the 6-foot-6, 225-pound Lucas Giolito, and suffice it to say he didn’t disappoint. When a teenage pitcher is ranked among the sport’s top prospects prior to his full-season debut, it’s a big deal. Yet, despite the inherent risk and volatility associated with high-risk/reward arms, the entire baseball industry seemed to be all-in on 19-year-old the right-hander this season.
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