Since returning to Lakewood, Trevor May has straightened out a season that nearly seemed lost. May began the season with a 5-5 record and a 5.01 ERA through 16 outings at high A level Clearwater after after posting a 4-1 record and a 2.56 ERA at short season Williamsport and low A level Lakewood last season. May, who seemed to develop control issues this season, walking 61 batters in 70 innings for Clearwater, was demoted back to Lakewood in July and has shined there, walking just 18 batters in 48 innings overall and posting a 2.44 ERA in 8 starts.
A fourth round pick of the Phillies in 2008, May spent that season pitching in the Gulf Coast League, after signing with Philadelphia, where the Phillies' squad won the league championship. May was also a part of the Lakewood team that won the South Atlantic League title in 2009.
This week, I spoke with Trevor about his improvements, getting passed over for a return to Clearwater and his upcoming quest for a third minor league championship in three year. Check out the media player below to listen to the interview.
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