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Re: Good piece on Sonny Gray's first outing as a reliever

Postby BWestbrook » Wed Aug 08, 2018 7:19 pm

Good article! Sonny is a winner and something tells me his story is going to end well.

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Re: Good piece on Sonny Gray's first outing as a reliever

Postby nyyankeeDore » Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:38 am

BWestbrook wrote:Good article! Sonny is a winner and something tells me his story is going to end well.


I'm sure Sonny Gray wants to remain as a starting pitcher, but there are several examples of pitchers who were starters early in their careers who became elite relief pitchers (eg, Mariano Rivera, Dave Righetti).

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Re: Good piece on Sonny Gray's first outing as a reliever

Postby commadore » Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:12 am

nyyankeeDore wrote:
BWestbrook wrote:Good article! Sonny is a winner and something tells me his story is going to end well.


I'm sure Sonny Gray wants to remain as a starting pitcher, but there are several examples of pitchers who were starters early in their careers who became elite relief pitchers (eg, Mariano Rivera, Dave Righetti).


John Smoltz didn't do too badly either picking up 154 saves before going back to a starter.






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