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#18 - Jay Sborz

Sborz has drawn comparisons to Schilling

In the 2003 Draft, the Tigers started off safe, selecting the top college pitcher in the draft – RHP Kyle Sleeth out of Wake Forest. However, in the second round the Tigers decided to take a gamble, selecting big righty Jay Sborz right of high school. His size and fastball force comparisons to Curt Schilling, but Sborz needs serious work on his control before he can reach that level. Sborz is a big high-risk, high-reward player.

BIO Jay Sborz was the Tigers second round draft pick in the 2003 Draft out of Langley H.S. in Great Falls, VA. Sborz was close to dominating in high school, as he simply over-matched all of his competition. Because of his body and fastball, he drew comparisons to Red Sox star Curt Schilling coming out of high school. 2003 IN REVIEW Unlike Sleeth, who was shut down for the season after being... Recommended Stories

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