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Joel Zumaya Profile

Jason Beck profiled Joel Zumaya yesterday.  In the column, he talks about how Joel Zumaya is working on an offspeed pitch and he talks about all of the times Joel Zumaya touched or exceeded 100 mph on the radar gun.  It also goes into how he’s changed his approach to the mound since he began coming out of the pen (he started for most his minor league career).

So far, you can’t argue with Zumaya’s results.  He’s been lights out this spring and in nine innings, he hasn’t given up a run.  He’s given up only five hits and two walks and he’s struck out ten.  He’s even gone two innings once, which is something I hope Jim Leyland does more often during the regular season.

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