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Maybe the scouting department has discovered the key

So management loves big  tall pitchers and that is what they now draft or trade for.  But the rest of the team is realy different, especially the callups of late.  I live in CA so I don't get to see the games, but most of the newbies coming up from the minors on the highlight films look like tiny little bees that can fly really fast and have a quick sting to them.  Cutch started this thing, and now your have Pressley, Harrison, McKenry and others.  Even Tabata and Walker do not appear to be huge by first glance either.  Not that I have a problem as speed is fun to watch and Cutch and Pressley seem to be able to jack some long balls with their quick compact swings.  Just wondered if anyone thinks this is just coincidental or has the scouts stumbled onto something here. 


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