#Hot Corner

Francisco Liriano Finds His Inner 2010

A few hours ago I wrote a little thing about Francisco Liriano's release point, and how he's been inconsistent with it this season, which might help explain his 9.13 ERA.

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And how maybe he would make an adjustment tonight against the White Sox, and pitch better. And if he didn't pitch better, he might lose his job.

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Through five six seven innings tonight, Liriano has walked four White Sox and struck out only two.

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Also, he hasn't given up any hits.

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