Chris Schwinden had one forgettable start for LasVegas as a member of the Blue Jays system last year, when he allowed 8 ER in 3 IP, as part of a whirlwind summer for Schwinden who changed teams more often than some people change socks. While with Buffalo he fashioned a nice AAA season with a 2.70 ERA and a 1.24 WHIP over 19 starts and 2 relief outings. Jesse Chavez pitched for LasVegas last year going 8-5, 3.98 over 19 games (17 starts) after previously making one start in his minor league career, which began in 2005.
Cory Mazzoni posted a 4.46 ERA and 1.36 whip over 14 starts for AA in the second half of 2012. Featuring a Fastball / Splitter combo, his ability to remain a starting pitcher will depend on the development of his slider. While pitching most of 2012 with Akron T. J. House went 1-0, 2.25 ERA in 3 starts against Binghamton.
As part of the deep Brooklyn staff last year Ynoa posted a 2.23 ERA, 0.93 whip, and a 6.4:1 K to BB rate. Cabrera is the ranked the #7 Braves prospects by mlb.com after 12 starts in the Appy league last year, posting a 2.97 ERA 1.18 whip, averaging less than 5 IP/g.