Then is a 6-foot 1-inch tall, 155-pound right-handed pitcher. He throws his fastball in the low-90s and possesses two secondary pitches, a changeup and breaking ball with a smooth delivery according to Baseball America.
There is a lot of upside in Then, he has the potential to be ranked highly in the organization depending on how he develops. MLB.com has ranked
Then as the 28th best prospect in the organization and given him a 45 overall, 55 fastball, 50 curveball, 50 changeup, and 50 control grades. Because Then is still very young, expect him to add more velocity as he matures and becomes more consistent with his delivery.
As MLB.com writes, “Once Then matures physically, he could have three solid or better pitches in his arsenal. He had no problem throwing strikes in his pro debut, another reason to think he might develop into a mid-rotation starter.”