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Prospect Profile: Jay Sborz

Jay Sborz was a second round draft pick two years ago because of his large frame, hard fastball, and great potential. Thusfar, Sborz is still living off that potential, as he still has yet to see the rest of his game come around. But what progress did he make in '04, and what's in store for the future?

Jay Sborz Position: Right Handed Pitcher Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 Born: 1/24/1985 Bats: Right Throws: Right Background Sborz was likely a first-round talent who fell to the second round in similar fashion to Josh Rainwater's fall, as a result of the craze for college pitchers. As Jay slipped, Dave Dombrowski, and his penchant for hard throwers was glad to pick him up; signing him away from...

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