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1 minute ago, Surhoffan17 said:

Of course, we have to draft someone who will spend plenty of time.  Next they should find a person named Tommy John.  

Ignore that he has the highest upside out of all the prep pitchers in the draft and that they are saying he was an absolute steal at 21. Shame they didn't draft someone who could pitch next week.

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