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Scouting Yankees Prospect #29: Steven Jackson

Steven Jackson, originally drafted in the 10th round of the 2004 MLB Draft out of Clemson University, was part of the Randy Johnson trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks a couple of years ago. The former starting pitcher took a little time adjusting to the Yankees organization before playing himself into a 40-man roster spot with a solid season in 2008 while transitioning to the bullpen.

Vital Statistics: Name: Steven Jackson Position: Relief Pitcher DOB: March 15, 1982 Height: 6'5" Weight: 215 Bats: Right Throws: Right "I thought I threw the ball pretty well," Jackson said of his 2008 season. "Overall I thought I was pretty consistent. "If I took away three or four outings – I had three really bad outings in Double-A and then one really bad one in Triple-A – but if you...

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