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Andrade Trying to Earn Respect

Steven Andrade was a 32nd Round selection by the Anaheim Angels in the 2001 Major League Baseball Draft. The right-hander posted a 1.16 ERA in 54.1 innings in 2002 at low Class-A and in 2003 posted a 2.65 ERA in 511 innings at Double-A. After posting a 2.44 ERA in Double-A during the 2004 season the Angels put Andrade on waivers, and the right-hander was claimed by the Blue Jays on December 6, 2004. In his first season as a Blue Jays, Andrade was remarkable.

Steve Andrade began the 2005 season with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. He pitched six-plus innings during the month of April and allowed just one run. He faced a total of twenty-four batters and allowed just two hits, while striking out nine batters. As the month turned Andrade continued his success. He faced a total of forty-seven batters and allowed just four hits. In twelve innings, the right... Recommended Stories

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