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The transformation he has made is amazing. Mark my words, it will carry over even if he becomes a starting pitcher again.

He said he wasn't doing anything differently, but you can see it. You touched on this a while back and I noted I had gone back and looked at his delivery from earlier in the season and you can see the difference. If he moves back into the rotation there's no reason he can't have this kind of success.

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Matusz has been the new sandman against lefties out of the pen. Side note: Hamilton is toast.

If you ask Rangers fans...Hammy, Wash, Coolbaugh, Cruz, Kinsler and 3/4 of their pitching staff is gone. Oh...and they plan on signing Upton, Greinke, Bourn and Peavy. Oh the things I heard tonight

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