Crosby Gets His Chance To Shine For Whitecaps

Before Tommy John surgery in 2007, Casey Crosby was an overpowering lefthanded high school pitcher who consistently threw his fast ball between 91 and 93 mph with the ability to occasionally touch 95 on the radar gun. After surgery, after what he called the re-birth of his arm, Crosby worked in the 92-96 mph range and touched 98 this season.

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