Rizzotti on the fast track

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Tuesday, April 02, 2013


HOUSTON -- Sometimes what brings you down only makes you stronger.

That's certainly the case with Tulane redshirt sophomore right-handed pitcher Tony Rizzotti, who has overcome some serious odds to become one of the rising power arms not only in college baseball, but also for the upcoming MLB draft.

Though Tulane has struggled so far this season because of various injuries throughout the pitching staff, and an offense that has yet to reach its full potential, the talented right-handed pitcher has been one of the Green Wave's few constants so far this season.



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