Head of the Major League Baseball Players Association, Tony Clark, spoke of the Phillies involvement in the NCAA investigation of 2013 fifth-round pick Ben Wetzler and Clark said he is "concerned" and the MLBPA is "concerned enough to be inquiring" about the situation.
The Phillies released a statement on Sunday regarding the situation stating they did participate in the investigation but would not comment any further on the issue.
Wetzler is a three-year starting pitcher for the Beavers who was suspended for Oregon State's first 11 games of the season due to inappropriate contact with an agent. He is a three-pitch pitcher with a fastball that sits in the low-90s with movement, changeup, and a slider. He has a decent frame at 6’1”, 210 lbs. Wetzler has a strong changeup with room for improvement and holds his own on the mound. He tends to be aggressive and go after hitters. Wetzler is known as a control-pitcher.
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