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Grimm looking for consistency

SURPRISE, Ariz. – The Texas Rangers added a powerful arm to their already deep system when they inked fifth-round selection Justin Grimm for a reported $825,000. Lone Star Dugout recently caught up with the 22-year-old prospect.

Justin Grimm has many of the key assets that scouts look for in a pitcher––tall frame, strong arm, and the ability to spin a quality breaking ball. The Rangers were able to snag the hard-throwing righty in the fifth round of this year's MLB Draft, but they certainly didn't pay fifth round money. Grimm signed just prior to the deadline for a supplemental first-round money––a reported $825,00... Recommended Stories

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