CONGRATULATIONS to Tim Adleman on making his MLB Debut on Sunday, May 1, 2016!!!

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Tim has participated in the Velocity Plus Program the past three seasons and after a lot of hard work and dedication he has now achieved his dream of pitching in a Major League Baseball game!

"Reds' Adleman beats odds, shines in big leagues" -
Adleman pitched six-plus innings, allowing two runs on three hits with two walks and six strikeouts, as the Reds beat the Pirates 6-5 in 11 innings, breaking a six-game losing streak.
“He was really cool out there today and he was very effective,” Pirates manager Clint Hurdle told reporters after the game. “And the hitters were saying the same things — ‘This guy’s pitching a good ballgame, he’s hitting his spots, he’s mixing it up.’ ” Read Full Article

"Tim Adleman has taken long road to Reds" -
He also saw an increase in his velocity, from 88 to 90 mph when he was in independent ball to throwing 94 mph in his stint against the Giants.
Adleman trained with weighted baseballs in the offseason to help his arm strength, helping increase his velocity. It’s during those offseasons that he’s had time to think about what he was doing, working odd jobs at a baseball academy and an independent grocery store to make ends meet while plenty of friends have given up on their dreams of the big leagues. Read Full Article
Baseball America - June 26, 2014 by J.J. Cooper

"Niklas Stephenson Finds 10 MPH, Becomes A Prospect" - BASEBALL AMERICA

BURLINGTON, N.C.—When the Royals first approached Niklas Stephenson about trying weighted ball workouts last fall, he was a little hesitant. But he didn’t have a whole lot to lose. The righthander was barely hanging on to a spot in pro ball. He had gone undrafted out of Sunset High in Encitas, Calif., before signing with the Royals as a nondrafted free agent in July 2012.
He’d posted a 7.47 ERA in two summers with the Royals’ Rookie-ball teams as a reliever. Lefthanders had hit an even .500 (20-for-40) against him. With an 83-86 mph fastball, not much of a curveball and even less of a changeup, it would have been fair to wonder what a scout ever saw in Stephenson. It was even more remarkable that the Royals were asking him to come back for a third pro season.
So weighted ball workouts? Why not.
“At first I was real skeptical. I’m not skeptical any more,” Stephenson said.
Throwing a heavier-than-normal ball helped Steve Delabar go from the independent leagues to the Mariners’ and then the Blue Jays’ bullpen. It’s now taken Stephenson from afterthought to legitimate prospect.


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