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Sneed More Than A One-Pitch Guy Now

Sneed struck out 110 batters in 103.2 innings

Kramer Sneed, drafted in the 32nd round of the 2010 MLB Draft, entered the professional ranks known for having a little bit of power from the left side and that was about it. However, he evolved into something more than a one-pitch hurler in his first full season this past year in Charleston and Tampa.

"I felt it was a little up and down but I found some consistency towards the middle part of the season and towards the end when I was in Tampa," Sneed said of his 2011 campaign. "I felt pretty good about my second-half of the year especially.' He served up ten home runs during his time in Charleston and cut that number all the way down to one when he was promoted to high-A Tampa. Part of...

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