Over the weekend, I had an article on Baseball America about the developments Tyler Glasnow was working on this season, and pointing out how dominant he has been in his time in Bradenton. Glasnow started yesterday for the Marauders, and pitched another gem. He threw seven innings for the first time in his career, giving up one run on one hit, with two walks and six strikeouts. I didn't go to the game expecting to write about Glasnow again this soon, but I also felt the need to comment on that start by Glasnow, which might have been his best of the year.
The outing by the tall right-hander was just a continuation of the dominance we've seen in the last month. In the fourth inning he gave up a run, which was the first run he had given up in over a month. He gave up just one hit, extending...
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