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Some of Gullett’s comments are unbelievable.
Pitching coach Don Gullett saw some good signs from Eric Milton the last time out – even though the results were awful.
“He did a better job of keeping the ball down, for the most part,” Gullett said. “He hung a couple of changeups.”
Todd Pratt, hardly a home run hitter, hit one of the hanging changes for a three-run homer in what ended up being a 12-2 Reds loss. Milton gave up eight runs in 4 1/3 innings to fall to 2-4 with a 7.21 ERA.
The left-hander will get a chance to build on that last outing when he starts today (1:10 p.m.) in the series finale against the New York Mets.