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Wednesday, Jun 05 2013 09:19 AM

'First Look': CSUB pitcher looks forward to draft

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    By Henry A. Barrios / The Californian

    CSUB's Scott Brattvet delivers a pitch against New Mexico State in their Friday evening game at Hardt Field at CSUB.

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    By John Harte / Special to The Californian

    CSU Bakersfield pitcher Scott Brattvet at work in the early innings of Saturday's game against Utah at CSUB's Hardt Field.

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    By John Harte / Special to The Californian

    Working on a cold, wet and windy evening, Cal State University Bakersfield pitcher Scott Brattvet works against Sacramento State at CSUB Saturday.

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    Cal State Bakersfield pitcher Scott Brattvet and Corey Costelloe talk about the draft on "First Look with Scott Cox."

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By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN

Cal State Bakersfield pitcher Scott Brattvet is looking forward to the draft, expecting that at the next level he'll be a reliever.

"The draft is in a couple days. So we'll see what happens," 21-year-old Brattvet said Wednesday on "First Look with Scott Cox."

Corey Costelloe, the university's director of new media and broadcasting, said there are five styles of pitchers in Major League Baseball, which has compartmentalized the types of pitching.

Brattvet, who went to junior college in Santa Ana, is a Major League pitching prospect who would likely go to the Minor League and work his way up.

Host Scott Cox predicted Brattvet could be in a Major League squadron in a year.

Brattvet agreed, saying, "Staying healthy is big."

 

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