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Topic - Jerry Peacock
In his long, winding journey from a 41st-round draft-and-follow pick in 2006 to major league starter, Brad Peacock has made a lot of stops.
The day that Brad Peacock became a pitcher was almost by mistake. It was by chance — on a day that his high school team had a pitching coach visiting, Peacock asked his coach if he could give it a try.
"At some point I started writing on them," Jerry said of the tradition that dates back to Brad's days at Palm Beach Community College, his next stop after a brief stint as a high school pitcher.
"I put on there the date, who they played, what his stats were for that game."