Nine Prospect Starters Who Took Control in the Second Half

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Nine Prospect Starters Who Took Control in the Second Half
Kathy Willens

Throwing strikes is essential to the success of any starting pitcher, so much so that roughly 85 percent of righthanders who qualified for the major league ERA title in the past two decades walked fewer than 4.0 batters per nine innings.

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