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Chris Tillman Today 2015


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He was incredibly efficient last night. He looks ready to put together a monster second half.

Half-joking/half-serious...

Did he maybe need to get in shape this year over the course of the season?

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Big guys can get by perfectly fine in MLB, but just being plain out of shape relative to what you play at (vs. that being your normal state) can mess with concentration and cause your body to react differently than expected.

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ERA down to 4.35 after that horrendous first half. Tillman is back to being our ace.

*SIGH*

Sometimes I feel like losing faith in someone is all it takes for them to start playing well. Anyone else feel that way? Yeah I know it's completely irrational.

The team could still use a guy in front of everybody else in this rotation. Gausman could still be that guy but he's not there yet. Tillman should be a MOR guy until he proves he can be consistent again.

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7 OUTS: 4 Groundouts, 2 Strikeouts, 1 Flyout

CHRIS TILLMAN O(vs, MARINERS, 8/11)

IP:. 2.33

H:;; 8 (2 Home Runs, 1 Double, 5 Singles)

R:l) 5

BB: 0

SO: 2

Pitches: 72 (47 Strikes, 25 Balls)

2015 ERA: 4.66

PITCHES BY INNING

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32 (19 Strikes, 13 Balls)

25 (18 Strikes, 71 Balls)

15 (10 Strikes, 51 Balls) *

* Tillman recorded 1 out before departing in the 3rd inning.

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21 OUTS: 7 Groundouts (Including 1 Double Play), 5 Flyouts, 3 Strikeouts, 3 Lineouts, 1 Popout, 1 Out Interfering with the Catcher

CHRIS TILLMAN O(vs. ATHLETICS, 8/17)

IP:. 7

H:;; 3 (2 Home Runs, 1 Single)

R:l) 2

BB: 3

SO: 3

Pitches: 102 (62 Strikes, 40 Balls)

2015 ERA: 4.54

PITCHES BY INNING

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15 (81 Strikes, 71 Balls)

25 (15 Strikes, 10 Balls)

19 (12 Strikes, 71 Balls)

91 (41 Strikes, 51 Balls)

81 (51 Strikes, 31 Balls)

17 (12 Strikes, 51 Balls)

91 (61 Strikes, 31 Balls)

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I never saw Tillman throw a fastball more than 91 mph, and he had no idea where his release point was on his curve ball for much of this game, and somehow he still got through 7 IP while allowing only 3 hits. I think a better lineup might have given him more trouble tonight. But he was getting nice downward movement on his 2 seamer.

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20 OUTS: 6 Strikeouts, 6 Groundouts, 4 Flyouts, 3 Lineouts, 1 Popout

CHRIS TILLMAN O(vs. TWINS, 8/22)

IP:. 6.67

H:;; 4 (1 Double, 3 Singles)

R:l) 3

BB: 2

SO: 6

Pitches: 101 (64 Strikes, 37 Balls)

2015 ERA: 4.51

PITCHES BY INNING

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20 (11 Strikes, 9 Balls)

10 (71 Strikes, 3 Balls)

14 (91 Strikes, 5 Balls)

15 (10 Strikes, 5 Balls)

91 (81 Strikes, 1 Balls)

17 (11 Strikes, 6 Balls)

16 (81 Strikes, 8 Balls) *

* Tillman recorded 2 outs before departing in the 7th inning.

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20 OUTS: 6 Strikeouts, 6 Groundouts, 4 Flyouts, 3 Lineouts, 1 Popout

CHRIS TILLMAN O(vs. TWINS, 8/22)

IP:. 6.67

H:;; 4 (1 Double, 3 Singles)

R:l) 3

BB: 2

SO: 6

Pitches: 101 (64 Strikes, 37 Balls)

2015 ERA: 4.51

PITCHES BY INNING

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20 (11 Strikes, 9 Balls)

10 (71 Strikes, 3 Balls)

14 (91 Strikes, 5 Balls)

15 (10 Strikes, 5 Balls)

91 (81 Strikes, 1 Balls)

17 (11 Strikes, 6 Balls)

16 (81 Strikes, 8 Balls) *

* Tillman recorded 2 outs before departing in the 7th inning.

As I recall, two of those three runs were inherited runs, given up by the BP.
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