When he's on he arguably has the best stuff on the staff. He just can't put it all together for longer than a game or two.
ofahn wrote:If you look at his minor league statistics he has shown he is not going to be a starter. A pitcher has to be efficient enough to get into the seventh inning or later consistently to be a successful starter and Tillman has always averaged under six innings.
I see him as a late guy in the bullpen and if he can improve his control he could be a closer.
birdwatcher55 wrote:The guy can barely break 90 mph. No way is he a closer.
ofahn wrote:birdwatcher55 wrote:The guy can barely break 90 mph. No way is he a closer.
Just like David Hernandez he will hit mid 90s in a short stint. Aside from his inability to get out of an inning in less than 20 pitches he has never been in proper shape. Get him condition and keep him to two innings or less and he might be productive.
Old Sneakers wrote:I hope Gary Rajsich is a brilliant guy that has all the resources he needs
j.q. higgins wrote:he was hitting 94 at the end of last year. in fact, in his second call up, i though he was showing velocity and movement he hadn't displayed in a while.
Minestrone wrote:The indecisiveness of our front office, bringing Tillman back and fourth between Norfolk and Baltimore probably has had some ill effects on his confidence and emotions via mixed messages.
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