With their tenth round pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, the Mets selected right-handed…
Sewald Staying Aggressive
The 2012 season at San Diego was Sewald's first season as a starting pitcher, where he pitched a total of 84.1 innings and had an ERA of 3.09. That season was his last at the University of San Diego, but Sewald, who is 6-foot-two and 190 pounds, set a career-high of 75 strikeouts while also limiting his opponents to a .234 batting average. Directly following his senior year, the Mets drafted Sewald in the 10th round. Since arriving to Brooklyn, Sewald has brought fire and excitement to the mound that he and his coaches lay mention to. "It's still awesome," Sewald said. "At times it can drag a little bit and then you'll have a day where you wake up and then you realize that, you know, I get to go and play baseball for a living. "They actually pay me to play a game that I've been playing since I was six years old and that'll get me through it. I'm still in shock that I get to play baseball for a living. It's amazing." Valdez feels that Sewald's pitches are strong and accurate...
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