Baltimore starter Tyler Wells (1-3), who allowed three runs on eight hits, including a home run to Miguel Cabrera, said he doesn’t put extra pressure on himself when the offense isn’t producing many runs.
“For me, not really. I gotta focus on my job,” Wells said. “I believe in our hitters. They’ve done a lot of really good things as of late. The last three games haven’t really told the bigger picture, I guess is a better way to put it. But I have no doubt that they’re going to come around.”
Wells may not have had his best day, but he still made it through another start without walking anyone. It was Wells' 5th straight start without a walk.
Don't forget that you had a bunch of seasoned college hitters pounding on 18 year-old pitchers last year.They've all moved up to more challenging digs.Give them time.One good thing is that more pitchers seem to be doing well in the low minors.That's a good sign.
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