Richard Gallardo

21-Year-Old PitcherP
Chicago Cubs AA
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$Signed a $1 million contract with the Cubs in July of 2018.
Goes to Cubs for $1 million
PChicago Cubs  AA
July 2, 2018
Gallardo agreed to a $1 million deal with the Cubs on Monday.
ANALYSIS
He is not the consensus top pitching prospect in this July 2 international signing class, as Baseball America prefers Cuban righty Osiel Rodriguez, but both MLB.com and Baseball America ranked Gallardo as a top-six prospect in the class. A 6-foot-1, 187-pound righty from Venezuela, Gallardo is not done growing, yet his fastball already sits in the low-90s with late life. As he matures, his heater could be a monster pitch down the road, especially since he projects to have at least above-average control. Gallardo also features a curveball that will flash plus and a changeup that could develop into a third quality pitch. He has frontline upside, but won't pitch in a full-season league until 2020 at the earliest.
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