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Lamb leads the minors with his current ERA…

July 5, 2010

John Lamb sits on the top of the leader board for his current Earned Run Average that sits at 1.56. With these categories changing daily, it is an unbelievable feeling of pride to see your son’s picture leading the way throughout the Minor League Baseball system in one of the most important areas of pitching.

Although we have not yet connected, through a phone call, following last night’s game, I look forward to reminding him of our left coast pride in his second year of professional baseball in the Kansas City Royals organization. Knowing John, he will be happy but I am sure he will be driven to continue to work hard and get the promotion to the next level of competition.

Many years ago, I stressed throwing strikes when a pitcher takes the mound. My son continues to follow that advice and I couldn’t be more proud of the direction his career is currently taking.

– – – James Lamb

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