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18 hours ago, Can_of_corn said:

Slap tears are no bueno.

Matt Albers and Chris Davis have had them for a decade. 

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(vs. D-RAYS, 8/23)

 

Tate pitched 3 shutout innings out of the bullpen in what appears to be a blowout loss to the Rays (the score of the game is 7-0 heading into the 8th inning.)

 

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I thought Tate looked solid for the most part. He had the 2 seamer working in his first inning. 

If he could have a solid September, him and Harvey could help the pen not be so terrible

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9 hours ago, Lucky_13 said:

I thought Tate looked solid for the most part. He had the 2 seamer working in his first inning. 

If he could have a solid September, him and Harvey could help the pen not be so terrible

Good to hear. Is Miguel Castro a comp for him?  What secondaries was Tate throwing last night?

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2 hours ago, sportsfan8703 said:

Good to hear. Is Miguel Castro a comp for him?  What secondaries was Tate throwing last night?

Hyde described Tate's stuff as a 94-97 mph sinker, a slider and some really good changeups.  He said he has shown he has the stuff to pitch in the majors.

https://www.masnsports.com/media.php?show_id=3671752&p=

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6 minutes ago, wildcard said:

Hyde described Tate's stuff as a 94-97 mph sinker, a slider and some really good changeups.  He said he has shown he has the stuff to pitch in the majors.

https://www.masnsports.com/media.php?show_id=3671752&p=

He also has a 4S that he can run up to 98-99 in relief, but he hasn't been throwing it in the majors. 

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