Don wrote:Egan is gone and most likely gone for good, if what I believe would be a "swap" of rule 5 free agents and the Brewers would allow the Orioles to keep Rosario.
Don wrote:Eddie Gamboa was a late round draft pick in 2008; I think it was somewhere in the very late teens or early 20's. He is a bit older 26/27 years of age and the reason why his is not as high as his stuff would indicate. This is it and really no more room to grow. If he makes the team on day, it goes against all logic this late in the draft. You have to pull for these guys to make the majors and have some success.
Don wrote:Gamboa looked solid last night. His fastball was sitting 92 and touched 93 once. The change up was working down in the zone. He shows some deception in the delivery that makes it difficult to sqaure up on the ball. I am surprised that he is not in Norfolk and would think that Sepetember 1st, he will be given a look as roster expand. The bullpen needs every arm they can get down the road and the Egan's, Gamboa's, etc... should be given the opportunity to see if they can make a difference in the future.
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