Snow Moves Up To Single-A
After an incredible start to his professional career with the Everett (Wash.) Aquasox, former Husky pitcher Forrest Snow has already moved up in the Mariners' minor-league ladder.
The tall righty, drafted this past June by his hometown team, didn't allow a single run in 25.1 innings with Everett and now plays for Clinton (Iowa) in the single-A Midwest League, a step up from the short-season A Northwest League.
Unfortunately, Snow's scoreless streak didn't last upon his arrival in Iowa, as he allowed a single run in his first outing with the Lumberkings. Since then, he's had two scoreless relief outings.
All totaled, he's give up just one run in 30.1 innings of pro ball, good for a miniscule 0.30 ERA.
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