MLB: Toronto's Delabar leads fan vote (07/09)

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By Chuck Jones

Steve Delabar’s story is well known around Hardin County, but the remarkable tale keeps getting better with each version.

The struggling pitcher fractured his elbow and his career appeared over after Delabar had a steel plate and nine screws inserted to fix it. He became a substitute teach and assistant coach at John Hardin. While working at The Players’ Dugout, Delabar discovered a throwing program called Velocity. To be able to teach it, he does the program and ends up getting a contract with the Seattle Mariners after throwing in the mid 90s.

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