Dylan was not getting over his front side enough for my taste. It is nothing like his style when he was a prep, not really liking the changes that were made with his follow through at all. I think the loading and transition to the plate is more efficient and the angles are sound, but the release point and follow through needs to be ironed out and I do not blame him at all.
Getting more weight over would help place him in a path that would lead to a better release.
I tie the hangers to adrenaline and youth on the big stage. He is cool hand luke, but it was not surprise to see that rush on the mound. I care less about it honestly.
As far as the limiting pitches and not allowing to use a cut fastball "Cutter". I do not think it is dumb, but obtuse in the development of a pitcher. I get wanting to limit, but excluding is something that should not happen. Make it a "two strike only pitch" or "runners in scoring position". He needs to learn and unless you allow a full mix bag of goods, it stunts the growth. Even if you are doing it in the sake of improving the change up.
Manny has improved balance on times that he is caught off guard. Last season, he would have turned over a pitch with his his hands and gotten slightly on his front side prematurely. He was caught yesterday on the two strike pitch, but stayed back, keeping his hands on plane and muscle a double.
I like the fact that Manny has compacted his two strike stroke. His bat speed is even better than last season, be it for a slgihtly better path he would have took Rondon's 102 mph 430 into deep center. Slightly got under it and took it 390 ft with a deep fly out.