For Cincinnati Reds prospect Michael Lorenzen, the transition from collegiate center fielder and part time reliever to full time pitcher has been quick. Drafted by the Reds in the first round last year out of Cal State Fullerton, the Cincinnati wasted no time converting the athletic hurler into a starting pitcher. After making his pro debut as a reliever, the Reds sent Lorenzen to the Arizona Fall League last October to become a starter. The transition has went well, enabling the Reds to start the Fullerton product’s 2014 campaign in Double-A Pensacola.
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