Sneed More Than A One-Pitch Guy Now Premium Story

Sneed struck out 110 batters in 103.2 innings
Sneed struck out 110 batters in 103.2 innings
By Patrick Teale
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Date: Nov 4, 2011

Kramer Sneed, drafted in the 32nd round of the 2010 MLB Draft, entered the professional ranks known for having a little bit of power from the left side and that was about it. However, he evolved into something more than a one-pitch hurler in his first full season this past year in Charleston and Tampa.

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