ST. PETERSBURG - Cam Vieaux had just finished throwing a bullpen in Gwinnett when Indianapolis pitching coach asked him what he was focused on during the session.
As Vieaux was explaining things, Indianapolis manager Miguel Perez was gathering the rest of the team to let Vieaux know that he would be going to the majors.
"I heard my name a couple of times and saw everyone looking at me, so I was like I guess this is happening now," said Vieaux of the moment.
Drafted by the Pirates in the sixth round of the 2016 draft, the 28-year-old lefty spent most of his career as a starter, before reaching the majors in his move to the bullpen.
"It’s a long time coming," said Vieaux. Now that it’s actually here, it kind of makes everything feel like it flew by."
Vieaux made the switch to ...
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