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    JT Chargois

    Jonathan Thomas Chargois
    Born: 12/3/90 (21 years old)
    6'3" 200 lb
    From: Sulpher, LA
    College: Rice

    Chargois is the 1Bat Rice as well as the Co-Closer(with fellow Twins pick Tyler Duffy) but he will pitch in the majors. Most think he is a closer type but I'm betting the Twins try him as a starter. He has a jerky wind up and almost a side arm action that somewhat resembles Pat Neshek. His fastball is said to be up to 98mph and is his best pitch. MLB.com has his second pitch to be a spiked curve and all others report a slider. I'm gonna go with a slider. One site(I can't remember or find it) said he had one of the best sliders in the draft and ESPN says that it is "almost comical" how it drops off. I would absolutely love this pick if Mitch Brown wasn't on the board at the time. He could be a future closer.

    http://www.riceowls.com/sports/m-bas...gois_jt00.html

    http://mlb.mlb.com/video/play.jsp?content_id=20930861

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    After starting the season on the 7 day DL, JT is in Elizabethton an has made 4 appearances not allowing a hit or a run and striking out 4, his WHIP is 0.69, good start so far

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    Senior Member Big-Leaguer minn55441's Avatar
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    How long do we keep him in E-town if he continues to dominate? If he throws 10 or 15 innings of no-hit ball is it then time to move him up to the Snappers to end the season?

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    wow, college pitcher in E-town? I'd have thought they started him in Fort Meyers.

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    and his name would be pronounced how? shar-gwah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vervehound View Post
    and his name would be pronounced how? shar-gwah?
    It's pronounced Char-gwah, or at least that's how the rice announcers here in Houston pronounced it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinsfanstreif View Post
    It's pronounced Char-gwah, or at least that's how the rice announcers here in Houston pronounced it...
    I've also heard SHAY-gwah as well...

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    They'd already promoted 2nd rounder Mason Melotakis to Beloit, along with 4th rounder Zach Jones. My guess is that Chargois (and maybe Duffey) will join them before the Midwest League playoffs.

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    It's pronounced like "sugar" and every time a batter crowds the plate he asks them, "What's the most you have ever lost on a coin toss?"

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    His name is pronounced Shag-wah. It isnt that hard!

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    Owner MVP Seth Stohs's Avatar
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    Thank you very much for the clarification.

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