Welcome back to another edition of my blog. I thought I would keep everyone posted on my progress as I continue throughout the year. Things have been pretty exciting here as of late. Our team has begun to play together and our starting pitching has been incredible. Baker and Gassner have been leading the charge.
As for me, my confidence has begun to return. The last time I started I went 4 no hit innings. I felt great as our team had a 5 run lead goin into the 5th. I took the mound as I usually do and walked the first guy. An inning can never start good when u walk the leadoff guy and the inning wasn’t good. I then proceeded to give up back to back hits and had the bases loaded with no outs. The count went 2-0 and I threw a Fastball right down the middle. Well it never came back and I gave up a Grand Slam. Even though I gave up that Grand Slam, I felt great all day and was very pleased with the way I pitched beside the one inning.
To become a better pitcher, you must be able to take something frome each day, not only from your start but also from your side work. So that is what I am trying to do. My next start is in Pawtuckett, Rhode Island on Tuesday and we will see if things continue to get better for me and the team.
Until then, my best to all of you.