Re: Scout...Salmon's split better than Coffee's?
From The Dayton Daily
Coffey will work on a split-fingered fastball this spring to complement his highly charged fastball and changeup.
"I didn't begin working on the split-finger until the season began last year, and it worked well in the bullpen," he said. "But I didn't use it in games, because you don't want to be experimenting with a new pitch in games."
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