After struggling "a lot," Diamond determined to rebound
11/17/2013 (Updated 11:05:51 PM)
After being named Minnesota Twins Pitcher of the Year following a stellar 12-9, 90 strikeout rookie year in which he posted a 3.54 ERA, BU Grad Scott Diamond's 2013 was just the opposite.
Diamond went 6-13 with a 5.43 ERA and hitters hitting .306 against him. At one point, he even received the news any major leaguer fears - "you've been sent down to the minors." But, despite finding himself back in Triple-A Rochester, Diamond did not give up and kept working and earned himself a September call-up.
Click "View Video" to hear from Diamond as he visited his Alma Mater this past weekend as BU inducted the school's first MLB player into the Bearcats Hall of Fame.
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