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Mar 26, 2017
Rotoworld
Drew Storen's fastball has been clocked in the 88-90 mph range this spring.
Rotoworld Mar 26, 2017

Drew Storen sitting 88-90 mph this spring - Drew Storen (R) Cincinnati Reds

Drew Storen's fastball has been clocked in the 88-90 mph range this spring.
Cincinnati.com Mar 25, 2017
Drew Storen not concerned about lower velocity

Drew Storen not concerned about lower velocity

When Cincinnati Reds right-hander Drew Storen first hit the majors back in 2009, his fastball velocity was sitting between 95-96 mph.         
Red Reporter Mar 9, 2017
The Red Report - Drew Storen

The Red Report - Drew Storen

Can the former Nationals’ closer have a bounce-back year in 2017? Fast Facts Position: PitcherBats: Both, Throws: RightHeight: 6’1”, Weight: 195 Drew Storen was born on August 11, 1987 in Indianapolis, IN. A product of Brownsburg High School, he was originally drafted as a senior by the New York Yankees in the 34th round of the 2007 draft. Opting to take the college route, Storen headed out west and attended Stanford University. He was a standout in his two seasons at Stanford, earning First-Team All Pac-10 honors each year. The decision to choose the college route proved worthwhile...
Red Reporter Mar 8, 2017
Reds win streak snapped by Angels in 9-0 rout

Reds win streak snapped by Angels in 9-0 rout

Forget this game immediately. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Eh, about that... Honorable Mentions are due to:  Evan Mitchell, who fired 1.1 innings of perfect relief; Drew Storen, who got a scoreless inning of work under his belt; Ryan Raburn, who singled and walked; Phil Ervin, who singled; and Wandy Peralta, who kept the Angels scoreless in his 1.2 innings on the bump. Key Plays The defense initially failed Garrett in the Top of the 2nd, though it wasn’t just the defense behind him - it was him. A 1-out chopper came right back to the Reds’ lefty, but he bobbled...
Cincinnati.com Feb 28, 2017
Game Report: White Sox 10, Reds 9

Game Report: White Sox 10, Reds 9

The Reds fell to 0-5 on the spring with new reliever Drew Storen giving up three runs in his Reds spring debut.         

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