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"During his 2.1 innings on Friday afternoon, Severino threw the change-up with conviction against a representative Blue Jays lineup.
"'Confidence is going to be a big thing with him. And I think today we built some confidence in his change-up,’ Romine said after Toronto’s 3-2 win at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium...
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A reliable third pitch is essential to Severino’s quest to earn one of the Yankees’ two vacant rotation spots. And in a 47-pitch outing, the right-hander said he threw 'maybe 9-10’ change-ups against the likes of Kevin Pillar, Russell Martin, Kendrys Morales, Melvin Upton and Bautista."
It's incredible to think about major leaguers who still aren't confident on what they throw. I mean, in our society today, even with youth baseball... we are constantly dealing with motivating and trying to keep the kids confident in what they do. It's just amazing that it still happens, even when you make it.
Anyway, I thought I'd share. Nice work again, Caldera.