Aaron Shafer Quotes

Shafer v. South Carolina, 532 U.S. 36 (2001), was a United States Supreme Court case decided in 2001. The case concerned the ability of a defendant to tell the jury that, absent a penalty of death, a penalty of life imprisonment would not permit early release of a prisoner on parole. While the question had been decided in the case of Simmons v. South Carolina, this case dealt with the extent of the ruling

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Aaron Shafer


“The change-up was kind of the equalizer for me today. I was throwing it away from guys and keeping them honest. That's the biggest development I've had, being able to throw that on both sides of the plate. It helped me out a lot. I missed a few, but it still keeps it in their head.”

Aaron Shafer


“It was nice. Throwing with a lead relaxes you a little. But really, you can't take anything for granted whether you're up 10 or up one.”

Aaron Shafer