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James Chandler "J.C." Shepherd is making his first-ever Major League start.

Shepherd was originally drafted out of high school in the 41st round by the White Sox, but chose instead to play college ball for Kentucky ........ the Red Sox drafted him in the 13th round 3 years later, in 2014. I'm guessing that his signing bonus (as well as the way in which he was regarded and handled by his drafting team) was significantly higher from waiting those 3 years instead of immediately signing out of high school.

 

 

BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - SS

John Dwight "J.D." Smith, Jr. - LF

Trey Mancini - DH

Rio Ruiz - 3B

Hanser Joel Alberto Pena - 2B

Demtrius Jerome Stewart - RF

Mason Williams- CF

Chris Davis - 1B

Chance Thomas Leo Sisco - C

James Chandler "J.C." Shepherd  - RHP )) (0-0, 3.86 ERA)

 

TORONTO BLUE JAYS

Bo Joseph "B.J." Bichette - SS

Cavan Biggio - 2B

Lourdes Yunielky Gurriel Castillo, Jr. - DH

Vladimir Guerrero Ramos, Jr. - 3B

Randal Grichuk - RF

Justin Kyle "J.K." Smoak - 1B

Teoscar Hernandez - CF

William McKinney - LF

Danny Jansen - C

Dennis Ryan Tepera - RHP )) (0-2, 5.17 ERA)

 

https://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

 

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4 minutes ago, OFFNY said:

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James Chandler "J.C." Shepherd is making his first-ever Major League start.

Shepherd was originally drafted out of high school in the 41st round by the White Sox, but chose instead to play college ball for Kentucky ........ the Red Sox drafted him in the 13th round 3 years later, in 2014. I'm guessing that his signing bonus (as well as the way in which he was regarded and handled by his drafting team) was significantly higher from waiting those 3 years instead of immediately signing out of high school.

 

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This article was written in December of 2018, while Shepherd was still with the Red Sox organization. 

 

Chandler Shepherd: Red Sox Prospects

(By Dave Latham)

https://thegruelingtruth.com/baseball/chandler-shepherd-red-sox-prospects/

 

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5 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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James Chandler "J.C." Shepherd is making his first-ever Major League start.

Shepherd was originally drafted out of high school in the 41st round by the White Sox, but chose instead to play college ball for Kentucky ........ the Red Sox drafted him in the 13th round 3 years later, in 2014. I'm guessing that his signing bonus (as well as the way in which he was regarded and handled by his drafting team) was significantly higher from waiting those 3 years instead of immediately signing out of high school.

 

 

BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - SS

John Dwight "J.D." Smith, Jr. - LF

Trey Mancini - DH

Rio Ruiz - 3B

Hanser Joel Alberto Pena - 2B

Demtrius Jerome Stewart - RF

Mason Williams- CF

Chris Davis - 1B

Chance Thomas Leo Sisco - C

James Chandler "J.C." Shepherd  - RHP )) (0-0, 3.86 ERA)

 

TORONTO BLUE JAYS

Bo Joseph "B.J." Bichette - SS

Cavan Biggio - 2B

Lourdes Yunielky Gurriel Castillo, Jr. - DH

Vladimir Guerrero Ramos, Jr. - 3B

Randal Grichuk - RF

Justin Kyle "J.K." Smoak - 1B

Teoscar Hernandez - CF

William McKinney - LF

Danny Jansen - C

Dennis Ryan Tepera - RHP )) (0-2, 5.17 ERA)

 

https://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

 

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Doggone Davis again.

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1 minute ago, Going Underground said:

My friend texted me and said about 1,000 people in the stands.Told to show the stands as little as possible. 

Maybe they can individually say goodbye to Davis? 

 

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Trey is a professional.  Other teams know he is the guy, but still he focuses and beats them up.  I love seeing strong finishers particularly in bad seasons. 

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