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He’d backed off of it in a big way in 2017 Joey Gallo Jersey , but took it a step further last season. The pitch is one he’s never been able to control, largely because it moves so much. That means he has struggled to throw it for strikes and when it did catch the strike zone, it often caught way too much of it. From 2015 through 2016, Ray threw the pitch nearly 20 percent of the time. More than a third of them were called balls and batters hit .322 and slugged .475 against the pitch. It’s no wonder he reduced the pitch’s usage in 2017 and all but eliminated it in 2018.[The Runner Sports] Changes To The 2019 Diamondbacks' Starting Staff - Who will be on the starting pitching staff for the Arizona Diamondbacks when the 2019 season begins? We all know that the Diamondbacks are in a time of transition. Players are leaving via free agency or trade and others are not being offered contracts. Matt Koch, who started 14 games last year, could and should get a look at as a starter during Spring Training again. However, he might be better suited to the position of long reliever. Should that happen, there would be two starter spots open. The Diamondbacks have a few guys on their 40-man roster they can consider.[Sports360AZ] DBacks Future Location, Whiz , Herm and Cardinals... - Are the Arizona Diamondbacks looking to the South in their stadium search? The answer from my understanding is “Yes”. Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park(formerly Firebird Raceway) is exploring moving further down 1-10 and the Diamondbacks new stadium would be built at the existing 600 acre track location just south of the soon to be completed San Tan 202 Freeway extension by Gila River Casino. Yes, the 101-202 Loop on the NE corner in Tempe could still be an option. Both locations would be great for the Valley, not so much for downtown Phoenix. Stay] Exploring an extension for Goldy - The Post-Dispatch has reported that a five-year extension would look something like five-years, $150 million. There was also a report that Goldschmidt was seeking a six-year deal. These two reports can coexist. A six-year deal would include this year and give him a bump from his $15.5 million salary and thus add to the total value of the deal. [Obviously, only loosely connected to team news, but it does give us some insight into what Goldschmidt was looking for in the extension he didn’t get from the team. With that sixth year, we’d probably have been looking at something around six years, $175 million, to cover 2019-2014. 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This is a big deal for Yankee fans, who have been watching the big lefty for a decade now. It really doesn’t feel like he has been there as long as he has, and looking back at his career even as a Red Sox fan that won’t be what I remember most about him. Instead, I’ll remember the few months he spent with the Brewers in 2008. That post-trade deadline run was among the best I’ve ever seen from any pitcher and he single-handedly dragged that team into the postseason. There is some debate after this announcement about whether or not Sabathia is a Hall of Famer. I’m not big on these debates, particularly six years before a player would be eligible, but there shouldn’t be an argument here. Sabathia is a Hall of Famer 100 percent.A pair of veterans sign minor-league dealsWhispers have been growing louder about Bryce Harper and a certain NL East team , but while we continue to wait for news on one of the stars we have more veterans signing minor-league deals. One was an outfielder who goes to a team that has been part of the Harper rumors. That would be Cameron Maybin, who signed a minor-league pact with the Giants. The real impact here is that this likely means San Francisco thinks they are out on Harper. Not that Maybin would be a guy to block the star outfielder, of course, but that he’d probably want some assurances Harper wouldn’t enter the picture before signing a minor-league deal there. As for Maybin himself he’s...fine as long as you don’t have to play him too much.The other minor-league signing was down in Baltimore with veteran shortstop Alicides Escobar. Escobar won a World Series, but he’s also been perhaps the worst regular player over the last few years. The Orioles are, of course, a disaster so it’s hard to criticize any move they make. There’s at bats to be had pretty much everywhere. Still, this match feels perfect.

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