Drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers with its 1st pick in the 2011 draft, Taylor Jungmann was expected to reach the big leagues quickly. After two inconsistent seasons, the tall right-hander is a forgotten man in prospect circles. No longer heralded as a top-100 prospect, Jungmann’s 2014 success has flown under the radar. After cutting down on base runners and increasing his strikeout rate with Double-A Huntsville, he earned a promotion to Triple-A Nashville. With the Brewers recalling Jimmy Nelson, their best pitching prospect last week, what can fans expect from Taylor Jungmann?
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