Scout's take on Matusz: "He's real polished. He's throwing everything for strikes, moving it around with good arm action, even on the breaking stuff. He got hit a few times, but there were points when hitters had no idea what was coming, and they were just lost. Again, big league hitters are going to be tougher outs, and they're not just going to flail the way some of these guys did, but there were really points where he was just so in charge of the game that it was really impressive. His upside is less than [Braves pitching prospect Tommy] Hanson just because he's already really polished in terms of his repertoire and his command and his ability set hitters up. He's not as much a "stuff" guy as Hanson. He doesn't have any pitches that you watch and say, 'Wow, that's amazing, top-shelf stuff.' But he really knows how to pitch, and his stuff is definitely above-average. But what really sets him apart is his ability to pitch intelligently and command his pitches. I think he could be a No. 2 guy in a rotation."