White Sox Prospect Terry Doyle Passes On Teaching Job To Instead Dominate Batters In Arizona Fall League

Chicago White Sox prospect Terry Doyle has been the breakout pitching star of the Arizona Fall League. The soon to be 26 year old is currently 4-0 with a 0.92ERA in five starts for the Mesa Solar Sox. He’s walked three batters and struck out fifteen in 19.2 innings of work. Doyle played for both the Winston Salem Dash and Birmingham Barons during the regular season, posting a 3.07ERA in 173 innings of work. He was a 37th round pick of the White Sox in the 2008 draft. In the story link below, Doyle talks about passing on his regular offseason job as substitute math teacher in Rhode Island in order to take the opportunity to play in the Arizona Fall League, his love of high level mass, and being excited to be noticed for his work on the mound.

Doyle’s career starting to add up — Chicago Tribune

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