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2004 Battle Creek Pitching Prospect Review

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The Battle Creek Yankees finished the 2004 season with a 71-68 record and their pitching had a lot do with their success. We will look at the peripherals stats of the Battle Creek pitchers. For the most part, the staff did very well despite some pitchers had dreadful seasons. We will look at the guys who pitched a minimum of 50 innings for Battle Creek and did not accrue 50 or more innings at Tampa.

Matt Brumit - RHP With the 1,323rd pick in the 2002 draft, the Yankees selected Brumit out of Youngstown State University and began the 2004 season with high-A Tampa after recording 23 saves for Battle Creek in 2003. After a somewhat slow start in the Florida State League, Brumit rejoined Battle Creek on May 26th and finished the season in the Midwest League. Once again, Brumit proved he could...

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