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Inside The Ports: 1st Week Pitching Notes

Cahill and his Ports' teammates have looked good.

At the start of the 2008 season, the Stockton Ports boast one of the top pitching staffs in the minor leagues, according to many scouts around the California League. Stockton correspondent Paul Muyskens returns to give us his first-week impressions of the talented staff.

Fautino De Los Santos De Los Santos has been throwing hard. De Los Santos was throwing in the low-90s to high-80s for most of his six innings on Opening Night. He seems to throw harder than any other Ports' pitcher despite several throwing at the same speed as him. Three wild pitches on opening night and a hit batter was his primary downfall as the hit batter along with wild pitches led to the... Recommended Stories

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