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Command making the difference for Brigham

Brigham fanned two on Thursday

SURPRISE, Ariz. - Right-hander Jake Brigham has been one of the most impressive performers in minor league camp thus far, as he struck out two in a perfect inning on Thursday afternoon. Lone Star Dugout caught up with the pitcher to discuss his offseason, his spring, and the mechanical changes he has made.

As initial glance, it would look like right-hander Jake Brigham had a miserable 2009 season. In his first year off Tommy John surgery, the prospect posted a 2-11 record with a 5.52 earned-run average in 89.2 innings at Single-A Hickory. Over that time, he gave up 104 hits while walking 38 and striking out 81. But for the 6-foot-3, 210-pound prospect, the numbers weren't nearly as important as the... Recommended Stories

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