PITTSBURGH — Tyler Glasnow seems to have run out of answers.
After a disastrous start to the season that saw him post a 7.54 ERA, a 1.914 WHIP, and a whopping 1.001 OPS against in 12 starts, Glasnow seemed to have again turned things around at the Triple-A level.
Glasnow posted a 1.92 ERA and a 0.95 WHIP in 15 starts at Indianapolis and seemed to be turning a corner when it came down to controlling the running game and cutting down on walks, which were two of the things that plagued him in 2016 when he got his first taste of MLB action.
His first start back at the MLB level saw him last just 2.2 innings while not getting a whole lot of help from the home plate umpire when it came to balls and strikes. Slated for the second half of a piggyback on Wednesday, the hope was that Glasno...
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