Francisco Liriano was scheduled to go five innings or 80 pitches today, whichever came first. He threw 81 pitches, but did it in four innings. Liriano had some command¬†problems, due to rushing through his delivery and going to his front side too quickly. The problem almost led to a key moment in the third inning, […]
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