BRADENTON, Fla. -- Over the offseason, left-hander Daniel Moskos said he focused on consistency and working on improving his breaking ball. And so far during Grapefruit League action, his hard work has been paying off. Moskos entered Tuesday's game action with scoreless streak on the line. Over seven appearances, Moskos has tossed 7.1 frames without giving up an earned run, and hitters are hitting just .154 off him.
"I have a pretty sound workout program and stuff. That’s stuff usually the same," Moskos said of his offseason workouts. "The breaking ball, and consistency of delivery was the main focal point."
"Just consistency. That’s the main thing that a lot of young guys will tell you they’re working on. You have outings where you feel pretty good, then you have outings where you’r...
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