From Michael Wacha to Trevor Rosenthal, the St. Louis Cardinals are developing young pitchers better than any other MLB team. Riding this organizational high, prospect followers are catching on and looking for the next wave of arms to break through. After posting a 148/22 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 26 starts last season, Tim Cooney has become a darling of the advanced statistical community similar to Oakland Athletics pitcher Tommy Milone a few years back. Milone has become a proven 12-game winner with the ability to keep his team in ballgames — a fine outcome for the unheralded left-handed pitcher. Is Cooney a similar case study? Or, will he fall short of growing expectations?
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