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The Book on Josh FieldsHOU

Prospect Info and Scouting Report

Josh Fields / RHP, HOU
Born 8/19/1985
Hull, GA, USA
School: U Georgia
Height 6-0
Weight 180
Bats/Throws R/R
797 | 4/15/2013


Total professional at-bats: .

Another late inning specialist, Fields had no clear role in the Mariners, and was bundled off to a team more in need of middle relief when he moved to Boston in 2011 as part of the Erik Bedard package. Fields recorded a 3.92 ERA and 39:32 K:BB ratio in double and triple-A in 2012, and looked to provide some insurance should the Red Sox 'pen suffer its traditional decimation at midseason. Unfortunately for Sox (and Fields) fans, the team left him unprotected in the Rule 5 Draft, leading to his Houston detour.


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