Originally Posted by dougdirt
He started from age 16 until age 22. That is how most guys are.
No, "most" MLB pitchers did not start pitching for the first time when they were 16. C'mon Doug, you know that's not true. Most MLB pitchers have been pitching since they were little kids. Not all, but certainly over 50 percent. Chapman is the exception to the rule. There are others like him, but most MLB pitchers have been pitching since Little League.