Jeffrey Inman Looking To Bounce Back

Going in to the 2009 season, Jeffrey Inman was one of the top juniors in the country, and looked like a potential first round draft pick.  Baseball America rated him as the 20th best college prospect in the draft in February 2009, which happened to be 32 spots ahead of current Washington Nationals’ closer, Drew Storen. Inman was coming off a sophomore year at Stanford where he put up a 4.27 ERA in 71.2 innings.  He had a strong...

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2011 Bradenton Marauders Preview: Bullpen

Today we wrap up the 2011 Brdenton Marauders preview with a look at the bullpen.  So far we’ve covered the infielders, outfielders, and the starting pitchers.  When you get as low as A-ball, you’re not going to have a lot of top bullpen prospects.  Most of the top arms, even ones that are projected as future bullpen pieces, are in the rotation to maximize their innings.  The guys who are in the bullpen might have a shot at...

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2011 Bradenton Marauders Preview: Starting Pitchers

So far we’ve looked at the infielders and outfielders who could be playing in Bradenton during the 2011 season.  Today we’ll look at the starting pitchers who could potentially be in Bradenton this year: The Prospects The Bradenton rotation at the start of the year won’t have any standout prospects.  None of the options that will be pitching in the rotation rank in the top 20 prospects in the system. There are a few...

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Inman dealing with elbow discomfort

Dejan reported this eveningthat pitching prospect and 2009 draftee Jeffrey Inman “has been slowed by elbow discomfort.” I don’t think that his mysterious absence from game action had been previously explained.

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