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Fulmer Still Has Room To Get Better

Fulmer still has things he wants to improve

It was a very good first full season statistically for right-hander Michael Fulmer. The 2011 first round pick posted a 2.74 ERA and nearly struck out a batter per inning pitched for the low-A Savannah Sand Gnats in 2012 and did so while making changes to his game. As good as he was, however, he still feels there's room for a lot of improvement.

He also allowed less hits than innings pitched, holding opposing batters to a mere .227 average, and he got better as the year went along, posting a 2.20 ERA in the second half of the season. "I feel like it went well," Fulmer said. "For me to go to low-A Savannah after being drafted out of high school at the age of 19, I felt like that was a good accomplishment, that I proved what I had to... Recommended Stories

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