That said, those two are the top tier of the club’s pitching prospects. Excluding Hunter Harvey, who is his own animal but is still eligible, the next tier of Keegan Akin, Michael Baumann and Dean Kremer (who just missed this list at No. 11, but might as well be No. 10B) probably is the next cutoff. Whether it’s Akin’s fastball-changeup combination, or Baumann’s high-90s fastball and significantly improved slider, or Kremer’s ability to locate his fastball and miss bats with a curveball, there’s something other than guile and craft that works for them.