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Lamb adjusting to the mound

Lamb's fastball reaches the mid-90s

EVERETT, Wash. – Left-hander Will Lamb, the Texas Rangers' second round pick in this year's MLB Draft, is pitching full-time after playing both ways at Clemson. Lone Star Dugout features the 20-year-old prospect, who ran his fastball up to 95 mph during a recent start against the Everett AquaSox.

Although Will Lamb was technically a two-way player at Clemson University, he was most noted for his work as the Tigers' first baseman and centerfielder this season. The 6-foot-6, 180-pound lefty was one of the club's top hitters, posting a .348/.389/.471 slash line with 13 steals while playing errorless ball in the field. Some scouts in Lamb's area believe he could've had a future as a position...

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