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Rhett Parrott - The Comeback Kid

Rhett Parrott led the Cardinals organization with 137 strikeouts in 2003. Three years later after missing all of the 2005 season and most of 2004 due to injuries and surgery, the former top 10 rated prospect and member of the Cardinals 40 man roster, is on a rehab assignment pitching for the State College Spikes, the Cardinals short season A team. He's determine to make a comeback.

There was a time that Rhett Parrott, the 6'2 190 pound, right-hander was one of the Cardinals top rated prospects. His name was ranked along side such highly touted prospects as, Dan Haren, Jimmy Journell, Chris Narveson, Tyler Johnson and others. Parrott, the Cardinals 9th round selection in the June, 2001 First-Year Player Draft, received a $100,000 signing bonus and some pundits such as John...

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