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23rd Round Pick - Stefan Crichton - RHP - TCU (TX)


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3 shutout innings to start the game.

He ceded 2 singles to start the 4th inning, and was removed from the game. Both runners scored while batting against his replacement (Donnie Hart.)

9 OUTS:5 Groundouts (Including 1 Double Play), 1 Strikeout, 1 Flyout, 1 Lineout

STEFAN BROOK CRICHTON O (vs. AA-Hartford, 5/24)

IP:l 3 - PLUS

H:;; 3 ll(3 Singles)

R:l) 2

BB: 0

SO: 1

Pitches: 43 (28 Strikes, 15 Balls)

2016 ERA: 4.94 (AA-Bowie)

PITCHES BY INNING

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16 (10 Strikes, 6 Balls)

15 (10 Strikes, 5 Balls)

61 (41 Strikes, 2 Balls)

61 (41 Strikes, 2 Balls) *

* Crichton did not record any outs before departing in the 4th inning.

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