Jameson Taillon and Stetson Allie started on opposite teams in an intrasquad game today at Pirate City. Both right-handers pitched in to the fifth inning, and finished with 70 or more pitches.
Taillon had a dominant outing, going up against the high-A lineup. He threw five innings, allowing a run on two hits, with two walks and seven strikeouts. The 2010 first round pick got a lot of strikeouts on his curveball. He threw 70 pitches, with 42 for strikes. His fastball ranged from 93-98 MPH.
Allie had another outing where he lacked control, although his stuff overpowered the low-A lineup. In 4.1 innings, the 2010 2nd round pick allowed one run on no hits, with four walks and five strikeouts.
The right-hander had good command in the first inning, but as the start went on, his control ...
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