LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Back in 2010, the Pittsburgh Pirates took a sixth-round flyer on a converted high school shortstop out of Addison, Texas, one who touched the mid-90s in his only season as a prep pitcher. Fast forward three years, and the Atlanta Braves took a first-round chance on a hard-throwing right-hander out of Oklahoma State who was but one year removed from Tommy...
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