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AFL Prospect Q&A: Jeff Gray, RP

Jeff Gray saved 15 games in 2007.

Over the past two seasons, Jeff Gray has gone from a relatively unknown player as a starting pitcher in the lower levels of the Oakland A's system to a rising prospect in the upper levels of the system as a hard-throwing late-inning reliever. Gray led the Sacramento River Cats in saves in 2007 and is now competing at the Arizona Fall League. We caught-up with Gray from the Arizona desert…

Jeff Gray began the 2007 season on an absolute roll, throwing 12 innings for Double-A Midland, during which he didn't allow a run and he struck-out 12 while saving three games. Gray was promoted to Triple-A Sacramento after that hot start, and he put together a fine season in his first exposure to Triple-A baseball. The hard-throwing right-hander made 46 appearances for Sacramento, saving a team...

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