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Prospect Profile: Brad Sullivan

Prospect Profile: Brad Sullivan

When the Oakland A's selected right-handed starting pitcher Brad Sullivan in the first round of the June 2003 draft, they envisioned him at the front-end of their future rotations. However, after a disappointing first full professional season in 2004, Sullivan's star has waned a bit. Does the power righty still have what it takes to make an impact in a major league rotation?

Brad Sullivan, RHP, 6'1'', 190 Year Team Lg Age W/L...

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