Best pitcher - Quinn Priester
While he struggled in the majors, Quinn Priester did pitch well for Triple-A Indianapolis. Outside of his back-to-back strong outings to cap off his season Priester was hit hard in the majors. He took his lumps at time at Indy, but overall pitched well.
Priester made 22 appearances for Indy with 20 of them being starts. He pitched 108 innings, posting a 4.00 ERA and a 3.59 FIP. He allowed just 6 home runs (0.50 HR/9), while walking 10.2% of opposing batters and striking out 25.3% of opponents.
The success Priester found at Triple-A led to him making his MLB debut this past summer. Even though he finished with two strong outings to cap off the season, he struggled to the tune of a 7.74 ERA and a 6.74 FIP across 50 innings pitched in 10 MLB appearances.
Moving forward, Priester is in a weird spot. He likely has nothing left to accomplish or prove in the minors. However, with how poorly he pitched in the majors it is unlikely he will begin the 2024 season in the majors. He could find himself back in Indy's rotation when the 2024 season begins.