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Ramirez Tough To Hit

TRENTON, NJ - After dealing with shoulder fatigue for the first three weeks of the season, Jose Ramirez has been dominant in his first four appearances for the Trenton Thunder. He has pitched 19 innings, struck out 26 batters, has only given up three earned runs and gotten himself back into his role as a starter.

One of the top pitching prospects in the organization, Thunder Manager Tony Franklin has been amazed with what he has seen from the hard-throwing 23 year old. "Jeez! What a fastball!" Franklin said. "What a changeup! What a future! This guy is touted by the baseball world with his fastball and off-speed stuff and is known as one of our brighter pitching prospects. "I saw the same thing out... Recommended Stories

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