Bradenton Marauders starter Tyler Glasnow has been named the Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for the week ending on August 10th. He made just one start, but it was a great one. On Thursday, he threw six shutout innings, giving up two hits, two walks and he recorded 11 strikeouts.
On the season, Glasnow has a 1.53 ERA over 100 innings, with 122 strikeouts, a .171 BAA and a 1.09 WHIP. He leads the FSL in ERA, ranks second in strikeouts and fourth in WHIP. Glasnow has thrown shutout ball in nine of his 19 outings this season.
Earlier in the day, two other Pittsburgh Pirates players took home weekly awards. Austin Meadows was the SAL Player of the Week and Buddy Borden was named the Pitcher of the Week....
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