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Whitehurst on Wizards pitching prospects

Fort Wayne Wizards pitching coach Wally Whitehurst didn't get to see a whole lot of Nick Schmidt or Matt Bush but they each left an impression. Two relievers, Dylan Axelrod and Allen Harrington, came in late and were impressive. Whitehurst also talked in-depth about starters Nathan Culp, Stephen Faris, Andy Underwood and Aaron Breit.

One of the things that might be difficult for you as a coach is when things don't go as you expected, how do you keep up the morale and everyone working towards the common goal? Wally Whitehurst: We started off OK and by the midpoint of the season we had lost a couple of players to injury and sent some guys to Elsinore and got younger guys and newly drafted guys – You shouldn't have to motivate... Recommended Stories

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