Evolution of Pat Light
Hard-throwing Monmouth right-hander has first-round potential
When a pitcher gives up a home run, the ball is the least of his concerns. Gone is gone. So he'll watch the hitter, to see if he pumps his fists excessively or otherwise acts in a manner that is less than classy. That way he can decide what sort of attitude he'll bring to the mound for the batter's next turn at the plate. But sometimes, the arc of the ball as it hurries over the outfield fence is such a thing of beauty that he cannot look away.
Such was the case in late February, ...
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