Tyler Glasnow made his return to a big-league mound tonight after a successful stint in Indianapolis for much of the summer. Reports were that he had better command of his pitches and was doing a better job of controlling the running. We were all quickly reminded that there is a huge difference between pitching in the majors and the minors, and the Milwaukee Brewers pounced on that difference. At the end of the night they picked up a series win over the Pittsburgh Pirates with an 8-2 victory tonight.
Glasnow would only last 2.2 innings and allowed five runs on four hits during that time. He would strikeout three and walk six. That stat line would balloon his ERA up to 7.89. A few questionable calls by the home plate umpire didn’t help, and even led to Clint Hurdle being eject...Read More