Which fantasy pitching prospects have the best stuff, control?

Alex Reyes has plenty of talent, but will his long-term role be as a starter or a reliever? Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

As the season winds down and major and minor league rosters become intertwined, we are at the point where pure numbers do not matter much. Instead, what I want to do here is look at individual skills.

These players are still on a minor league roster, but close enough that you should know them. There may be a dynamite A-baller who has all the tools, but in re-draft leagues he is irrelevant for 2019. Also, this is not a 20-80 scale ranking, although a few of those numbers will be tossed around.

Today, the focus will be on pitchers who are among the best with stuff, control and potential for a relief role. You can translate those to mean strikeouts, WHIP and saves with wins and ERA as byproducts of those core skills.