Found August 23, 2012 on Fantasy Baseball Dugout:
SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER: Trevor Bauer's debut was frustrating for the rookie, but he'll get another chance soon. Like many fantasy baseball sites, we’ve been talking about Trevor Bauer of the Diamondbacks for some time now.  Now, it looks like Bauer will get another chance to show the electric stuff that everybody has been talking about. Bauer had a rude welcome to the MLB.  In 16.1 IP’s, he walked too many (14) and had an ERA above 6.  The WHIP was 1.65 before getting demoted on July 17.  But, Bauer’s move to the MLB was simply too quick for the 21-year-old.  Bauer pitched only 8 games at Triple-A Reno before the D-Backs came calling.  And, Bauer was struggling with a groin injury during his abbreviated 4 starts in Arizona. Bauer’s resume is impressive.  He was the third pick in the draft last year.  He won the Golden Spikes award as the best player in college baseball while at UCLA where he notched a 1.25 ERA and 203 strikeouts in 16 starts in 2011.  His career strikeouts in ...
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