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PETE WALKER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Surprisingly strong pitching helps Blue Jays reach ALCS

CLEVELAND — Pete Walker smiled like a proud papa when it was mentioned that the Toronto Blue Jays have reached the American League Championship Series for the second consecutive season in a rather unexpected way. “I don’t think a lot of people in the baseball world necessarily expected this,” Walker, the team’s pitching coach, said Thursday before the Blue Jays worked out...
Via Today's Knuckleball
October 13, 2016

WATCH: Walker: Gratifying to be here now with my pitching staff

Pitching coach Pete Walker enjoyed every moment, proud of his pitchers for helping lift the Toronto Blue Jays into the ALCS for the second straight year.
Via SportsNetCanada
October 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Tragedy helps Jays pitching coach Pete Walker keep things in perspective: Griffin

Walker has considered how devastated he would be if something tragic happened to one of his Blue Jays pitchers. He has spoken to some of them about not taking things for granted.
Via Toronto Star
September 28, 2016

Stroman’s rough start an aberration, Jays pitching coach says

Pete Walker believes all-star break took Jays right-hander out of his rhythm.
Via Toronto Star
July 17, 2016

Miami Football: Miami Adds Two 2016 Commits, Up To 24 Players In The Class

Miami football continues to recruit at a torrid pace, and added two more players to the 2016 class, to up the total number of commits to 24. First, it was unrated wide receiver Reginald Henderson. While he hasn’t received a ton of press yet, at 6-foot-4, 198 pounds, the Clewiston product has a lot of potential.  Clewiston 2016 WR Reginald Henderson commits to Miami. Just spoke...
Via College Spun
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Hidden gem? Tall, unknown WR commits to Miami Hurricanes

One of Miami’s recruiting goals is to mine its backyard for underrated and unknown prospects. Here’s a name even the hardcore recruitniks haven’t heard: Reginald Henderson. He’s a wide receiver entering his senior year at Clewiston High, and as of today, he’s considered a future Miami Hurricane. Henderson, listed at 6-foot-4 and 189 pounds, did not have a scholarship...
Via Canes Watch
June 02, 2015
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