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Catching Up With Jeremy Guthrie

RHP Jeremy Guthrie

It was just a little over a year ago that Jeremy Guthrie was coming off a heroic junior season for Stanford Baseball. Drafted by the Cleveland Indians, he has risen rapidly in their system and is a step away from the majors. The former Cardinal ace talks about adjusting to professional baseball and chimes in on the "pitch-count" debate in this exclusive to <i></i>. 

Jeremy Guthrie was undoubtedly the ace of the Stanford baseball team in 2002.  He went 13-2 for the Cardinal squad, pitching a team high 157.2 innings and posting a sparkling 2.51 ERA in a tough Pac-10 conference.  But, like many of Stanford's premiere talent before him, Guthrie was drafted as a junior in the first round of the 2002 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft and did not... Recommended Stories

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