How would you describe yourself as a pitcher? Are there any guys in Major League Baseball you try to emulate?
"I’d definitely say my pitching style is funky, different and unique. I throw from three different arm angles and can throw all my pitches from all three angles, so that’s something you don’t see too much. I don’t know if I’ve actually ever seen any other players that do that or can do that, so it’s hard to compare me to guys that are out there. I try to be me, just do my thing and be funky, and just try to bring something different to the table. Tom Holliday (manager of the Cape Cod Baseball League’s Chatham Anglers) did tell me he thinks I’m the next Brad Ziegler, so that’s pretty cool."
How did you first develop the unique delivery — or, I should say, deliveries — you use on the mound?
"I developed a lot of that playing Wiffle ball in the neighborhood. I remember being about 8-9 years old playing with cousins and friends. I’d throw balls from all these different angles just thinking it was funny to mess around, but then I’d actually start using it in Little League. Eventually, I’d done it for so long that it became natural and it worked. It messed with guys, so I’ve stuck with it and got pretty good at it."