Delabar’s story sounds like something straight out of Hollywood. He was selected late in the 2003 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres, and played in the minor leagues until he suffered a compound fracture in his throwing elbow while pitching. Since then, the 29 year-old has played in the Frontier League and Canadian-American Association, coached high school ball, and worked as a substitute teacher.
But now he’s back. After being called up by the Seattle Mariners in 2011, Delabar was traded to the Blue Jays in 2012. This year he has gone 5-1 with 1 save, a 1.71 ERA, and 1.26 WHIP.
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