BRADENTON, Fla. – Last year, the Miami Marlins had Trevor Williams focusing on trying to improving his curveball. The sinkerball pitcher primarily throws off his fastball, and goes for contact early in the count. However, he has the need for an out pitch, and Miami wanted to see if the curve could develop. But by […]
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