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O'Brien Still Focusing On The Change

O'Brien tossed five shutout innings on Wednesday

In his first start in Tampa, Michael O'Brien gave up four runs in five innings on eight hits and a walk. The right-hander wasn't pleased but at the same time regrouped and focused on the next time out.

"I wasn't nervous at all," Mikey O'Brien said. "It was just one of those things where I had trouble getting the balls down and keeping them down. Better hitters are gonna make you pay for it and they did." Tampa pitching coach, Jeff Ware, added that he was missing a key pitch to his arsenal so that added a bit more to his first-start troubles. "He didn't have a feel for his changeup very...

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