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Perrotto: Termarr Johnson’s Early Spring Exit Leaves Everyone Wanting More (+)



Pirates prospects, Termarr Johnson

Termarr Johnson was the youngest player in the Pittsburgh Pirates’ major-league spring training camp this year.

The 18-year-old infielder was in camp as a non-roster invitee less than a year after he was selected with fourth overall pick in the amateur draft from Mays High School in Atlanta.

Unfortunately for Johnson, he also had the distinction of being the first player sent to minor-league camp. The Pirates reassigned Johnson on Friday after he sustained a strained right hamstring earlier in the week in Bradenton, Fla.

That’s too bad for Johnson. And it’s also too bad for Pirates’ fans.

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John Perrotto is a columnist for Pittsburgh Baseball Now and has covered the Pittsburgh Pirates and MLB since 1988.

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