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    Video: Hunter Harvey, Twin Lakes Spring Training Camp

    In the first group, he's second from the right, then they move to the raised surface and he's closest to the camera.

    Note the use of the TrackMan (sp?) and the "193" string.

    Toward the end, he throws simulated BP on his own.

    The entire sequence of drills being done and the manner in which they're doing them is quite different from what we've seen in previous camps. Weams and I were both pretty impressed.



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    I moved this here for a bit so more people might get to see it.

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    Thanks for the video, really cool. This guy is going to be the next HOF TOR of this team!

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    Videos are cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpd View Post
    Videos are cool.
    I think so also. They are great for discussion as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redskins Rick View Post
    Thanks for the video, really cool. This guy is going to be the next HOF TOR of this team!
    I hope Bundy gets there before him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justD View Post
    In the first group, he's second from the right, then they move to the raised surface and he's closest to the camera.

    Note the use of the TrackMan (sp?) and the "193" string.

    Toward the end, he throws simulated BP on his own.

    The entire sequence of drills being done and the manner in which they're doing them is quite different from what we've seen in previous camps. Weams and I were both pretty impressed.

    Nice footage, thanks, D.

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    He could be an option out of the pen later this year.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Can_of_corn View Post
    He could be an option out of the pen later this year.


    He could be a very fast mover in this organization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weams View Post
    He could be a very fast mover in this organization.
    Innings management could be his largest hurdle.

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    Something that is being totally missed and to me is the most impressive stat of the game for Harvey was the fact it only took him 55 pitches(44 for strikes) to get through those 6 innings. Its hard to imagine being able to still strike out 5 guys AND keep the pitch count so low. Very impressive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Can_of_corn View Post
    Innings management and TJ surgery recovery could be his largest hurdles.
    I was thinking that also

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobmc View Post
    I was thinking that also
    Pfft, first TJ is easy, it's the second one that gets 'em.

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