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A-Rod to Sign-Stealing: Talkin' Baseball with White Sox Prospect Cameron Bayne

Cameron Bayne was drafted in the 13th round of the 2009 MLB June Amateur Draft by the Chicago White Sox.

In 2010, Bayne sported a 3.60 ERA and a 1.267 WHIP, giving up 174 hits and 35 walks, while striking out 101 in 165 innings in A ball with Kannapolis.

In 2011, Bayne has moved from A+ to AA to AAA, quickly becoming a name in the White Sox farm system. Collectively for the 2011 season, Bayne, who sports a low 90s fastball, slider, circle change and a curve, with the sinker being his go-to pitch, has a 3.68 ERA and a 1.29 WHIP in 151.2 innings, striking out 76, walking 58 and giving up 139 hits.

The 23-year-old right-hander from Hawaii still has a lot of work to do to reach his dream of making it to the majors, as 129.2 of his innings in 2011 were in A+ Winston-Salem.

Bayne took time out of his busy schedule to answer questions ranging from what actress he would ask out if he became a famous pitcher to whether or not certain players deserve to be in the Hall of Fame.

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