From John Fay:
Most of it is the normal “its spring training” stuff, but this caught my eye:
“I’ve been working on a sinker,” he said. “Some days it’s good. Some days it’s not. It was good in the minor-league game.
“I think it can be a good pitch for me, get more groundballs instead of flyballs.”
Milton has two more spring starts to work on it.
I think this is a great idea. I also wonder why, after two full seasons and 60 starts for the Reds, it took him so long to figure out that fly balls are bad in GABP.
But this concerns me:
The Reds say they aren’t worried about his struggles.
“He didn’t come out with his best command today,” Reds manager Jerry Narron said. “He settled down and pitched well.”
Ugh, more of the same can be expected from Milton.