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Tigers Prospect Profile #4: Casey Crosby

A hard throwing left-hander, when Casey Crosby hasn't been hurt, he has impressed scouts with his velocity, dialing his fastball up to 98. If Crosby can stay healthy, and harness control of his power fastball, he could be dynamic.

Casey Crosby Position: Left-handed Pitcher Height: 6-5 Weight: 200 Born: 9/17/1988 Bats: Right Throws: Left Background A standout high school athlete, Crosby was believed to have a firm commitment to attend Illinois following his senior year of high school in 2007. The Tigers took a chance and plucked Crosby in the fifth round of that summer's draft, ultimately pulling him away from college for a...

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