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Q&A on Kevin Ool

Boston Selected Kevin Ool in the 16th Round

Jim Tyrrell, head baseball coach of the Marist Red Foxes in Poughkeepsie, New York, was kind enough to field a series of questions about former Red Fox Kevin Ool, the sixteenth-round draft pick of the Boston Red Sox in the 2003 Amateur Player Draft. Mr. Tyrrell, a former Red Sox draft pick and farmhand himself, provided with a great deal of helpful information about Ool, a left-handed pitcher who was assigned to the Lowell Spinners of the New York-Penn League. thanks Coach Tyrrell very much for his time and effort in making this Q&A session possible. 1. How would you best describe Mr. Ool's game? What player, past or present, plays the game most like him and why? Kevin's game is very consistent. He is not overpowering but throws a ton of strikes. He is very much in the same mold as Greg Maddux. He relies mostly on movement and... Recommended Stories

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