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2004 Staten Island Pitching Prospect Review

The Staten Island Yankees did not have a great season, compiling a less than impressive 28-44 record. Staten Island did however have some fantastic pitching performances. We will look at the peripheral stats of these futures stars, and of some that disappointed in 2004. We will look at the guys who pitched a minimum of 25 innings for Staten Island and did not accrue more than 50 innings at a higher level.

Eric Abreu - RHP A free agent signing out of the Dominican Republic, Abreu went all the way from the Dominican Summer League in 2003 to the Tampa Yankees of the Florida State League in 2004, including a very impressive stop with Staten Island. Abreu's 15.2 strikeouts per nine innings were even better than Hoover's ratio, giving a good indication of just how good this kid is. His peripheral... Recommended Stories

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