Kelvim Jose Escobar Bolivar [ess-coe-BAR] is a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who currently plays for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (-present). He bats and throws right-handed.
Escobar throws a four-seam 97 MPH fastball, a two-seamer, and a deceptive changeup. He has good command of a wide variety of other pitches, including a split-finger, a curve, and a slider that is a mainstay of his repertoire.
The normal trend has been to turn a starter into a dominant closer, such as Oakland did with Dennis Eckersley and the Braves with John Smoltz. But Toronto did the opposite. After ...
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