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2005 Staten Island Pitching Prospect Review

Jason Stephens Had Solid Peripherals

The Staten Island Yankees compiled an impressive 52-24 record this season with a good combination of pitching and hitting, en route to a Championship year. We will look at the peripherals stats of the pitchers. PinstripesPlus will look at the guys who played a majority of the season with Staten Island, those who had a minimum of 25 innings with the team and did not collect more than 50 innings with any other team.

Jim Conroy - RHP Drafted in the 19th round of the 2005 MLB Draft out of the University of Illinois, Conroy was one of the more pleasant surprises on what turned out to be an elite Staten Island pitching staff. He was the epitome of consistent, giving up one earned run or less in 13 of his 18 games this past season. Conroy did it all in 2005. He kept the ball in the ballpark, limited...

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