All posts tagged "Mike Colla"

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    2011 Altoona Curve Preview: Bullpen

    Today we wrap up the 2011 Altoona Curve preview with a look at the bullpen.  So far we've covered the infielders, outfielders, and the starting pitchers.  As I mentioned in last week's preview of the Indianapolis bullpen, a minor league bullpen isn't overly important.  That's especially true the lower you go in...

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    2011 Indianapolis Indians Preview: Bullpen

    Today we wrap up the 2011 Indianapolis Indians preview with a look at the bullpen.  So far we've covered the infielders, outfielders, and the starting pitchers.  A few of the players from the starting pitching preview will eventually factor in to the bullpen as well.  Overall, the bullpen isn't that important.  Even...

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    Who Could Reach the Majors This Year?

    Owens has a strong chance of arriving in the majors this year. Last year the Pittsburgh Pirates saw the Major League debuts of several young players.  They saw big time prospects like Pedro Alvarez and Jose Tabata reach the majors in mid-season, and stick around.  They also saw a few minor players...

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    Altoona Survives Reading Phillies, 3-2

    The crowd of 6,003 on this cool September night were treated to a decent group pitching performance after Derek Hankins went out after 3 shutout innings with an apparent injury.  Mike Colla came in and shut the door on the Reading Phillies, allowing only a 4th inning no-doubt homer.  Colla pitched 4 much needed...

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    Curve Lose 2-0 On Free Passes, Missed Opportunities

    Wilson didn't have his best control tonight. Justin Wilson can be two very different pitchers.  When he is in control of his pitches, he can be dominant, looking like a top pitching prospect.  When his control is struggling, Wilson's whole game struggles.  Tonight was an example of the latter. Wilson took the...

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