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Orioles sign UDA RHP Shane Davis

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3 hours ago, Tony-OH said:

https://nccueaglepride.com/sports/baseball/roster/shane-davis/6327#:~:text=Tossed 191 strikeouts over 135.0,a 3.68 ERA in 2018.

Works 88-90 but with high spin rate and can touch 92-93 on occasion. Reportedly uses a decent curveball and change and shows a slider at times. 

 

 

6'3" 165lb??? 😲

Beanpole!

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18 hours ago, BohKnowsBmore said:

6'3" 165lb??? 😲

Beanpole!

The Orioles had him at 175, but still, he's thin and could put on some good weight and perhaps throw harder.

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