Left-handed pitcher Brendon Little practices his pitching technique in the outfield during the SCF Manatee's baseball practice at State College of Florida on Wednesday afternoon, January 26, 2017 in Bradenton. HERALD FILE PHOTO.
Left-handed pitcher Brendon Little practices his pitching technique in the outfield during the SCF Manatee's baseball practice at State College of Florida on Wednesday afternoon, January 26, 2017 in Bradenton. HERALD FILE PHOTO. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com
Left-handed pitcher Brendon Little practices his pitching technique in the outfield during the SCF Manatee's baseball practice at State College of Florida on Wednesday afternoon, January 26, 2017 in Bradenton. HERALD FILE PHOTO. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com

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