Found October 18, 2011 on
The Golden Sombrero Baseball Blog:
Danny Hultzen, the second-overall pick in the 2011 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners, has made two starts for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League. In his professional debut against the Surprise Saguaros, a team loaded with prospects like Tim Beckham, Wil Myers, and Matt Dominguez, the left-hander allowed one run on three hits while issuing a walk and fanning two over two innings.
Hultzen’s second start against the Mesa Solar Sox was a bit rockier, as he allowed one run on six hits and one walk over three innings. Although he didn’t record a strikeout, Hultzen escaped serious damage thanks to seven groundball outs.
Through two, brief starts, his line reads: 5 IP, 3.50 ERA, 9 H, 2 BB, 2 K, 4.50 GO/AO
Courtesy of MLB Prospect Portal, here is a clip of Hultzen warming up before his start against the Solar Sox:
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