Colorado Rockies: Why Drew Pomeranz Could Be Colorado's Ace Next Season

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Colorado Rockies: Why Drew Pomeranz Could Be Colorado's Ace Next Season
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Rockies' left-hander Drew Pomeranz has a promising future, especially in Colorado.

Colorado Rockies' starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz is the type of pitcher all clubs want to head their starting rotation—he's got many qualities that could make him the ace in Colorado next season.

He was the first left-hander selected in the 2010 MLB draft and fifth-overall pick—with good reason. 

At 6'5" and 230 pounds, Drew has great size that can throw off opposing batters. The lefty has an impressive fastball that sits anywhere between the 91 and 95 MPH range, and to complement that pitch, he can throw a mean knuckle-curve.

These are just a few reasons as to why Drew Pomeranz could be Colorado's No.1 starter in their 2013 rotation. 

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