Fay's blogAlso, Bill Bray threw an inning at extended spring training today in Sarasota. The left-handed reliever threw 24 pitches, 17 for strikes, and his velocity was between 89-91 mph. He will throw another inning Monday.
Good to hear.
Hopefully this spells the end of Stanton!
2006 Redszone Prospect Draft - Johnny Cueto
2007 Redszone Prospect Draft - Pedro Viola, Alexis Oliveras
2007 Redszone Mock Draft - 1st (27) Michael Burgess, Supp. (60) Wes Roemer, 2nd (92) Barry Enright, 3rd (122) Jonathan Bachanov
2009 Redszone Mock Draft - 1st (9) Shelby Miller, 2nd (58) Marc Krauss, 3rd (89) Daniel Fields
But, is he any closer?
I remember hearing this kind of stuff from Majewski over a month ago, and he's no where to be seen, or you'd think he would have been called up by now.
I know they're different injuries.
I don't understand the Majewski thing. If he can pitch without injuring himself in AAA, why can't he pitch in the Majors?
Bray would be my pick to be the closer of the Reds.
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WK makes the kind of moves that make a guy with a little luck look like a genius.
L.A. manager Grady Little had a bad feeling about Wednesday's game when he saw Harang and pitching coach Dick Pole walking in after Harang's warmup.
"I saw two big men," Little said. "Either could have shut us out tonight."