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Tyler Glasnow Brings Heat in Extended Spring Training Start

Tyler Glasnow Brings Heat in Extended Spring Training Start

Jim Callis sent out a tweet on Wednesday night that will get Pittsburgh Pirates fans excited about the future. We all know how good Tyler Glasnow is after following him during his dominating season last year with West Virginia. That earned the 20-year-old righty the #3 ranking in the Pirates system. He touched 99 MPH last season and would work in the mid-90’s, consistently hitting 96-97 MPH.

This season, Glasnow hurt his back during Spring Training, which set him back a few weeks. Since then, he has been slowly building his way back up to full strength. According to Jim Callis, Glasnow hit 100 MPH seven times on Monday during his Extended Spring Training start. He has one more scheduled rehab start left before he joins the Bradenton Marauders roster. That means if all goes well, then expect him back around next Friday.

  • clementeninjamonk

    Glasnow’s half full. ;)

    • Lee Young

      lol

    • stickyweb

      Well played clemente

  • KauaiCoffee

    Any word on when Glasnow’s Tommy John surgery will be scheduled?

    • stickyweb

      Kauai, I swear to god if you jinx him with that comment… :-)

  • https://www.facebook.com/clementewall21 N_Cap

    Imagine what that looks like coming from a 6’7” guu

    • leowalter

      Do you remember Kruk’s reaction to Randy Johnson ? That is probably what someone is seeing,only from the other side.

  • leowalter

    Is that all ? ( I am hoping he gets to AA soon ! )

  • freddylang

    I have to go change shirts. I just drooled this one all up!

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