We look at the peripherals stats of the Tampa pitchers this past season, examining the guys who…
Thorp Continues To Look Ahead
Paul Thorp first opened some eyes in the Yankees' organization after posting a 1.98 ERA and six saves for the Staten Island Yankees back in 2003. He entered the 2005 season with a career 2.73 ERA and 32 saves after racking up 26 saves as the Battle Creek closer in the Midwest League in 2004 and he was seemingly on his way for another stellar year, this time with the Tampa Yankees in 2005. Thorp was as dominant a pitcher as there was in the Florida State League in the beginning of the 2005 season, opening the year with 13 saves and a 2.11 ERA in his first 22 appearances, including a stretch of 14 straight games with giving up an earned run. But as hot as he was in the first half of the 2005 season, he...
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