Luke Voight, Mike, Nathan discussed on CBS Sports Radio
What kind of tough to go upstairs with Nathan? Of all the velocity that he has broken the top of his own? Especially you talk about a fastball average around 97 will get it up to 100. And that was at the very top of the strike zone. It's best probably a little bit high, but Luke Voight had that top hand working and he is a strong man able to power that back up the middle. A little leaner. This year, Luke void. So one out. And a man aboard Bookshop E and the birthday boy. My good, good friend Chris Singleton. Pitch is outside. Ford at 1 85 does have a homer. He absolutely tore it up last year. Triple A He's the D H in this one. Giancarlo Stanton on the aisle with a hamstring injury. Next pitch is in for a strike. A great story, Mike for just His path to getting here. Oh, you're not drafted. His way through Cem. Independent ball and Confidence. 11 is cut on and missed a pitch upstairs yet I mean, Not drafted out of Princeton. You know, you gotta want it then. I mean, you see some guys Going to juco on maybe Not going to get found Heat. I mean, has been grinding gone and he's a good hitter. Pitch that's outside. I asked Aaron Boone. On the record, I said all right, 500 bats. For Mike for what do you got? And he said in his opinion, 35 homers in a 3 70 on base 22 Swang and a miss. Four down on strikes theirs to away with a man in first to bring up your ship..