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Jason Grey on Gutierrez & Harrison

Danny Gutierrez, Texas Rangers: The Kansas City Royals basically gave him away because of his attitude and off-field issues, but it's a good arm that is coming back nicely from a shoulder injury. He sits at 92-94 mph and touched 95 with a good curve that he can change speeds on. He's also just 22, and with improved maturity, has some weapons to be an impact starter. Matt Harrison, Texas Rangers: The good news is that he touched 94 mph in short stints in his return from thoracic outlet surgery, but he won't work there as a starter and his upside is limited due to his inability to miss enough bats.
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