The second greatest pitcher that never was.
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"He went out that first year in the Florida State League and was pretty dominant for an 18-year-old kid who didn't really play real good high school baseball. He was very dominant. The average time of his fastball for the whole year was 95 miles per hour. The minor league people told me. No one else could do that."
there's a pretty big discrepancy between TFA and what Bref says:
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Bref shows his age at 20, not 18. He would turn 21 in December after his first minor league season.
Core Four (Jeter, Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera)
Carl Everett was the Yankees' first pick in 1990 and he was a teammate of Taylor's in Taylor's first pro year.
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