Deucey Re-signs with Oxen after Throwing Masterpiece

Ohio ace starter A.C. Deucey has re-signed with the Oxen for a rumored $16.8 million over two years, it was announced today, just one day after he threw a complete game shut-out against the New York Minutemen during Elimination Round action.

No doubt the masterful performance yesterday will solidify his role in the Oxen rotation, and reassure the team management of his worth.

His season performance was spotty, with a 6-7 record and a 4.43 ERA, but supporters of the young star believe this was mainly as a result of inconsistent fielding and lack of run production during the year, and that the pitcher has great fundamentals, such as a low WHIP of just 1.21.

Deucey joined the team in a free agent signing in 2014 after one year with Arizona, and several mediocre seasons with San Diego.

Deucey re-signed with Ohio for a reported $16.8 million over 2 years
Deucey re-signed with Ohio for a reported $16.8 million over 2 years

Start a Conversation

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *