Jose Berrios is coming up and you should add him

World's pitcher Jose Berrios throws a pitch during the first inning of the All-Star Futures baseball game against Team United States, Sunday, July 13, 2014, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

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World's pitcher Jose Berrios throws a pitch during the first inning of the All-Star Futures baseball game against Team United States, Sunday, July 13, 2014, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

So this is going to be one of the shortest posts in blog history, because everything you really needed is right up there in the headline. See above ^.

The Minnesota Twins are reportedly calling up right-hander Jose Berrios, one of the game's elite pitching prospects. He should have been stashed on someone's roster already in every league, but of course he wasn't because almost no one has any patience. (Same can be said of Tyler Glasnow, by the way.)

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Berrios, 21, is exceptional. In his three starts this season at Rochester, he's pitched 17.0 innings and allowed just two earned runs, striking out 20 batters. His WHIP is 0.94. Last year he K'd 175 hitters over 166.1 innings and issued only 38 walks. 

Go get him. I don't really care who you drop, so don't ask. If you're even waffling on a player, then you should drop him for Berrios. Not sure if you should cut Pomeranz or Eovaldi? Drop 'em both. If you miss out on a player with Berrios' ceiling because you were sweating the Pomeranz-Eovaldi decision, good. You weren't worthy of Jose. 

Fearless forecast: Berrios is pretty [expletive] awesome. 

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