Tony-OH Posted March 30, 2010 Share Posted March 30, 2010 This same organization apparently thought whatever he was doing to dominate AAA last year was going to work in the majors. If they thought he was ready to pitch in the big leagues last year then a half season of growing pains and a handful of spring outings shouldn't change their minds IMO. Tillman was brought up because he was the best option at the time due to a rash of injuries and ineffectiveness in the rotation. Tillman showed last year flashes of being a great pitcher, but his command was spotty from the get go. I didn't see him in Norfolk but I did see him the year before in Bowie and even then command was an issue. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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