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Scouting Twin Prospect #36: Errol Simonitsch

Errol Simonitsch is one of the better left-handed starting pitching prospects in the Twins organization, though he struggled during the 2006 season. In 2007, Simonitsch figures to make his way to Triple-A, and could seriously fight for a spot out of the Twins bullpen in a year or two. Here is a look at our 36th ranked prospect.

Vital Statistics: Name:Errol Simonitsch Position: Starting Pitcher DOB: August 24, 1982 Height: 6'4'' Weight: 225 Bats: Left Throws: Left Errol Simonitsch did not have the type of collegiate career that you would think a sixth round selection would have. After being named honorable mention Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America in his first season at Gonzaga, the left-hander put up some pretty... Recommended Stories

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