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    Brandon Weeden's MiLB Numbers

    Never made it above A level. What a loser.

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    Seriously though, he must have had some serious talent. 2nd round pick, and the K numbers show some promise.



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    Re: Brandon Weeden's MiLB Numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    Never made it above A level. What a loser.

    Brandon Weeden Minor League Statistics & History - Baseball-Reference.com

    Seriously though, he must have had some serious talent. 2nd round pick, and the K numbers show some promise.
    Yep could have been pretty darn good if the injury bug hadn't hit his throwing arm. Thank goodness throwing a football is a different motion than pitching in baseball.



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    Re: Brandon Weeden's MiLB Numbers

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    Yep could have been pretty darn good if the injury bug hadn't hit his throwing arm. Thank goodness throwing a football is a different motion than pitching in baseball.
    Oh, that's what happened? I was wondering why he quit or didn't get another chance with a different team because his ERA was high, but his K-rate was good and his walk rate was improving.



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